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Cargo - Take control of your workflow!

Are you receiving lots of files to your organization?
Are you working with outsourcing that requires that you share files with someone on the other side of the world?
Ever felt that it takes you too long to find the file that the customer just sent you?
Have you ever felt that sending large files via e-mail or FTP is a problem?

Cargo is the perfect solution for you and your organization!

Cargo from Laidback Solutions sets a new standard when it comes to sending and receiving files. This new groundbreaking solution gives you the ability to build your own professional looking web forms for your customer. Your customer only has to fill out the information that you need internally, select the file and press send. It's as easy as that. No special FTP client, no more problem with sending large attachments via e-mail with no or little information.

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Laidback release Feedback Solution

Feedback analyses images in a layout and creates reports based upon copyright status of images. If you are using copyright protected images in your magazine or newspaper, there is big chance that you have someone spending endless hours on filling in and writing reports. Feedback can automate the entire process for you, which will free up many hours or even days.

With Feedback you simply point to a folder that contains all your InDesign documents or QuarkXPress projects for the current issue. Once Feedback has analyzed all images you log into the Feedback web interface to create your custom report depending on what information the picture agency needs.

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Laidback Solutions release FileTrain 5

FileTrain is the file transfer and communication robot that will import, forward and distribute using e-mail accounts, FTP, network folders or the web, and further put the right file in the right place using automatic features.

FileTrain 5 is released and comes with lots of new features to make it easier automating digital workflows:

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