New ProImage, a developer of browser-based content management, digital workflow, ink optimization, color image processing and production tracking solutions for the commercial and newspaper printing and publishing industries, has recently undertaken a number of installations.

The company is wrapping up a workflow project with the Brunswick News, a newspaper publishing company based in Canada, that is installing NewsWay-X automated workflow to streamline production.

The Star Tribune, Minneapolis, is upgrading to NewsWay-X, ProImage’s latest workflow to manage production to AGFA CTP devices.

The New York Times is upgrading their Arkitex workflow to NewsWay-X. The new version will simplify edition planning and manage the additional commercial work as well as local publication at the College Point plant in Flushing, New York, according to ProImage.  

First established in 1995, ProImage is owned by Agfa, headquartered in Belgium. It has offices in Princeton, New Jersey.

ProImage will be at the Key Executives Mega-Conference, Feb. 25-27 at the Paris Las Vegas.

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