In newsflash on June 16, 2014 at 6:57 am
AFP Consortium Q&A with VP Roberto Anzola
As a Core Member of the AFP Consortium (AFPC), ISIS Papyrus is helping to guide the next generation of transactional documents for industries like finance, insurance and telecom. VP of Solutions Roberto Anzola discusses his role on the AFPC Board as a technology executive supporting the evolution of standards for document quality, interoperability and performance in high-volume output and process management.
“The AFP Consortium is driving this evolution process with a solid strategy to keep and improve quality and the flexibility of AFP over time. The print industry is aware that AFP standards, being defined by the AFPC, are forward-looking changes that at the same time protect and foster quality and compatibility in both new and old documents.”
~Roberto Anzola, VP Solutions, ISIS Papyrus Software
Read more from Roberto about what’s in store from AFPC: http://afpcinc.org/qa-roberto-isis-papyrus/
In general on March 22, 2010 at 2:23 am
In a recently held election to the Board of Directors of the AFP Consortium (AFPC) ISIS Papyrus representative Roberto Anzola, Manager R&D, has been confirmed to serve another term.
The AFPC is an incorporated non-profit organization focusing on creating an optimum architecture for production variable-data printing and advancing the AFP (Advanced Function Presentation) standards. It consists of 30-plus industry leading software and hardware vendors cooperating to facilitate interoperability and innovation. One of the direct results of this cooperation is the widely acclaimed Papyrus AFP Viewer, which has been released as freeware late last year.
AFP is a presentation architecture that provides for document and information presentation independent of specific applications and devices. It provides powerful advantages over other print architectures like PostScript as it supports very high print speeds, output integrity, and centralized, automated server-based management. AFP plays a major role in new industry initiatives like TransPromo and in the creation of mission-critical documents such as bills, statements, and policies, and in other areas where ISIS Papyrus has also traditionally held a leading edge.