Aware of growing customer demand for seamless integrated workflows, OneVision is committed to deploy JDF-enabled solutions and to make an important contribution to networked print and media production.
OneVision’s innovative JDFnet facilitates efficient networking of OneVision products and solutions with third-party tools, workflows and MIS systems.
OneVision JDFnet utilizes the Job Definition Format (JDF) to integrate OneVision applications into a JDF-compliant workflow. JDF is an XML-based format designed and stewarded by CIP4.
JDF incorporates features of the PJTF format (Portable Job Ticket Format) and CIP3's PPF (Print Production Format), adding JMF (Job Messaging Format) for communication issues.
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What these acronyms stand for matters less to the end user, than the benefits they bring to the JDF standard and to a digital workflow.
Comprehensive, powerful and flexible, the JDF standard provides the digital equivalent of the traditional printer's and publisher's paper-based tickets but it goes much further. JDF is a digital format, so it can keep track of rather more than a customer's contact details and the job elements.
Enabling you to bridge the communication gap between production and management information services job and devices can get tracked instantaneously facilitating pre- and post-calculation of jobs in the print and media production.
JDF helps you to carry a print job from genesis through completion defining and tracking any user defined workflow without constraints on the supported workflow models.
OneVision’s JDFnet allows serial, parallel, overlapping and iterative processing in arbitrary combinations and over distributed locations and administers itself in the background.
Designed as modular client-server architecture, OneVision JDFnet provides capabilities for recording, tracking and reporting information about each and every production step.
Able to bridge the gap between the customer's view of product and the manufacturing process JDFnet helps you to save time and secure production reliability and production transparency.
JDF-enabled OneVision products can be directly integrated whereas JDF-enabled third-party applications can be hooked up via a OneVision JDFnet Adapter enabling interoperability between various components within a workflow.