News | August 13, 2009

MARS Imaging CD/DVD Solution Lands on U.S. Shores at AHRA

August 13, 2009 – ETIAM releases a major new version of its powerful CD/DVD publishing solution, MARS v4, shown for the first time in United States at the AHRA annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nev.

With an installed base of hundreds of units using the previous version, this new release has been especially designed for enhanced media production workflow and ease of use based on customer feedbacks.

MARS v4 extends ETIAM’s range of CD/DVD publishing capabilities currently addressed by Open LiteBox Publisher. MARS v4 allows the administrator to easily create workflow driven CD/DVD production through an intuitive and easy to use graphical web user interface. A media production job may be launched and followed from anywhere in the institution from the centralized web management interface

For more information: www.etiam.com

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