Now is a Great Time to Build A Stronger Company with Prepress Automation Software
The current COVID-19 has changed how we work on a daily basis. Print companies are moving more and more of their businesses online, if they haven’t already, as well as automating their processes to make the best use of the resources they have. Aleyant tFLOW, our prepress automation software, can play a pivotal role for your print shop by automatically proofing and fixing file issues, all while helping you giving your customers better service.
tFLOW automatically creates proofs based on your templates. Create your own layout with the information you would like to appear on the proof, and tFLOW will autofill the fields as well as automatically place artwork on landscape and portrait layouts. You can also add elements such as marks, trim, live area indicators, and finishing parameters. Proofs are automatically sent out for approval, and can also be downloaded as PDF’s.
Speed up your turnaround times as files are automatically checked when they come into your shop. You, your customer, and sales team will know if files are printable within a couple of minutes of receiving them. Files are not just checked, but also fixed, with options such as adding bleed, marks, flattening transparencies, converting fonts to outlines, and checking spot color integrity, to name a few.
tFLOW’s dashboard provides real-time information and updates. tFLOW will give you status updates on all of your jobs every 15 seconds. Keep track of jobs which are still waiting for approvals, missing artwork, on hold due to preflight errors, and ready to be sent to production. All without a single phone call or email.
Start automating repetitive prepress tasks. This allows designers to be designers – lets them spend time on custom projects by automating the timely, repetitive tasks.
tFLOW allows you to collaborate real-time, making comments and annotations on the proof quick and simple. Everything about the job is visible to everyone on the team.
For a demo of tFLOW, please click here. To view an overview video of how tFLOW works, please view here.