Dalim transforms its annual user conference into a three-part webinar series to help production departments

With most of us currently staying or working from home due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Dalim Software (Kehl, Germany), makers of highly efficient and scalable software solutions for the creation, production and management of print and cross-media content, is transforming DUO, its annual user conference, into a digital experience. Episodes will feature global production experts discussing a wide range of topics – from workflows, to publishing, to asset management. Anyone is invited to join any or all of the free episodes of Season One of DUO on Air at https://duo.dalim.com.

Each weekly 50-minute webinar is complete with knowledgeable presentations from inspirational guest speakers, along with product-related insights and best-practice methodology by worldwide experts. The series, titled Do More With Less begins tomorrow, Tuesday April 14 at 9 am EDT. Here’s a brief overview:

April 14 (Episode One): Do More With Less: PRINT

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Matt Kuznicki.

The April 14 episode will offer insights into the current state and future prognosis of PDF and PDF 2.0 from Matt Kuznicki, Chairman of the Board of the PDF Association. He’ll ll discuss the challenges of managing PDF files of different quality while ensuring efficient RIP speed and print output quality. Also, Alan Darling, Vice President of Information Systems at the Quantum Group, will speak about the evolution to a single-source communications partner. On-demand printing has its own set of challenges processing PDF input files of various quality. The segment concludes with a 15-minute Q&A session.

Martin Kunz.

April 21 (Episode Two): Do More With Less: PUBLISHING

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In this highly informative episode on publishing, participants will get insights into the process of ‘recharging’ from ADAC MotorWelt, one of the world’s largest (by circulation) magazines, from Editor-in-Chief Martin Kunz and Dr. Markus Schönmann, Managing Director and Founder of Storyboard, the magazine’s supporting agency. The segment will conclude with a Q&A session.

April 28 (Episode Three): Do More With Less: CREATIVE OPERATIONS

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Co-organized with Henry Stewart Events, this episode will discuss the role that Dalim plays in helping to manage and transform creative operations – regardless of the content type, and the final destination for that content. Examples will include (but are not limited to) packaging, in-store graphics, e-commerce, photography and catalogues. Mark Maguire, Production Director at SDL, a global leader in content creation, translation and delivery, will explain how automation plays a critical part in reducing time to market and operational costs. Florent Epaud, founder of InPagina, a production house specializing in data publishing, who’s spent his last 15 years automating a wide variety of marketing production projects for both digital and print campaigns, will weigh in. He now holds the role of Solutions Project Manager at Dalim Software. Moderator Isabelle Billerey Rayel of Dalim Software will investigate identifying opportunities for automation, such as reducing risks throughout the content lifecycle, removing barriers to adoption, re-evaluating a program after initial success, and sustaining overall progress.

Dr. Carol Werlé.

“Dalim Software is fortunate to be able to reach out to a wide variety of customers and partners who are experts in the fields of workflow and asset management. This reflects the extensive range of businesses we serve – and the legacy we have enjoyed after 35 years of operation,” said Carol Werlé, Dalim Software’s CEO. “We are trying to make these presentations constructive for our audience. While, of course, the speakers have experience with Dalim Software, that takes a back seat to learning how to manage the process.”

Those interested in viewing the webinars, live or recorded, can do so by visiting https://duo.dalim.com.