of CD-R Publishing System
MEDIA LIMITED has provided CD-R solutions for a number of applications.
The following discusses a variety of possible applications:
Banks or other
financial institutions scan cheques and use a CD-R publishing system
to save their images to CD-R for archival purposes. Additional copies
are distributed to branch offices or call centres for local recall.
This eliminates the need to retain the canceled paper cheques.
have many computing transactions may use a CD-R publishing system
as an output device for large data streams. Data such as customer
records and statements, bill of materials, product catalogues, marketing
materials, etc., are best suit for this application.
and Technical Support
and technical support divisions may use a CD-R publishing system
as a duplication system to create various CD-R based images.
parks and cinemas may offer various audio/video clips and music
selections on CD-R's. A CD-R publishing system can be used to provide
this kind of content in an immediate or next day delivery.
system manufacturers may use a CD-R publishing system to create
unique on-demand copies of past software, drivers, application software,
new software builds or system updates to support complex or custom
systems in the field.
companies may use a CD-R publishing system to fill telephone and
Internet CD orders to avoid carrying large inventories. Companies
may also use a CD-R publishing system to offer compilation discs
recorded by different artists on a single CD.
companies may use a CD-R publishing system to provide the consumer
market a choice of photography processing on CD.
are may use a CD-R publishing system to create software masters
and software beta releases. CD-R publishing system is good for delivering
low volume software titles.
record companies use high performance duplicators to duplicate masters
for their factories located in other countries. Some use a CD-R
publishing system to create demo discs and spots for TV/radios.
These companies may also use a CD-R publishing system to create
producer reference discs and sound effects CDs.
may use a CD-R publishing system to publish corporate customer long
distance or mobile telephone billing statements. When a CD-R publishing
system is linked to the company's computer system, individual customer
call detail data can be recorded and information containing the
company name, address and account number can be printed onto CD-R,
saving time and money over paper billing.
High tech and
large corporation may use a CD-R publishing system as a shared network
resource in which many persons can direct data to it. This replaces
the need to print to paper or to save files on multiple disks, tape
or other mediums.
CD can be produced using moulding or die cut technologies, such
as "heart". "telephone", etc. With colorful
printing on CD face, they can be sold as fashionable items or custom
made for individuals or organizations as promotion items.