From Wikipedia (Jan 2007):
"A new breed of Web-to-print software for national and international corporate clients began emerging in 2006
, with the first such entry being ad-apt
from Australian software developers Creative Intersection
. This new direction has redefined the space in which Web-to-print operates by combining a true WYSIWYG environment where the end-user can actually move elements around the design in a similar fashion to DTP applications, whilst remaining within the purely online environment - allowing it to take advantage of relatively low-cost-per-seat, cross-platform
compatibility, multi-user collaboration, and live database integration for product and Digital Asset Management
has immediately moved to the forefront of its field by allowing users to manipulate designs within a DTP-like environment, whilst purely online and connected to databases.
to go to the ad-apt