OneVision updates Workspace Pro

OneVision has updated its prepress workflow management tool, Workspace Pro, to v17.1, which is designed to add process automation to the prepress and image editing stage for printers and publishers.

OneVision Workspace Pro 17.1 gains this new Interact module for editing and approving changes to jobs.

The new features include a new Interact module, which supports workgroup-based procedures. As part of this, there’s a new user role, the Interact user, which allows users to act as an observer, a reviewer, or an editor – depending on their role assignment – with the ability to approve, edit or replace jobs within the workflow upon visual control. The Interact module allows jobs to be defined as interactive tasks, so that problematic customer files can be exchanged for files optimized for the print process, or even optimized with locally installed programs, for better quality print.

As well as the Interact user, there are two other new user roles, Power User and Watcher, alongside the existing Administrator and User. This is to give a greater degree of control of what functions various people can perform within a given workflow. These three new roles are also included in the standard Workspace, which comes with Onevision’s Asura and Amendo products.

There’s also a new JavaScript module that can be used to meet specific customer needs, such a generating output folders based on days of the week, file name changes, or even timed workflows. Users can define individual criteria as the basis for creating a rule based on Javascript, and the module includes an editor with pre-made code fragments for creating scripts.

You can find out more from the OneVision website here.





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