ICIBinding and SF-Systems Agree On Binding Prep Program
Press release from the issuing company
OTTAWA, CANADA, DECEMBER 12, 2001 - Today SF-Systems, a leading software company for the bookbinding industry, announced that ICIBinding Corporation will be involved in the development process of its latest library binding preparation software LINCPlus, and will be offering LINCPlus to their library customers.
"ICIBinding Corporation has always been a forward thinking company. They offer library binding and related services to libraries throughout the United States, and we believe that our working together will greatly contribute to the success of LINCPlus," says Marco Smits of SF-Systems "We look forward to a long and successful partnership".
By adding LINCPlus to its software product offerings, ICIBinding Corporation's customers will continue to have at their disposal a full range of options when selecting a binding preparation tool. "We believe LINCPlus will be an excellent product, one with features that will be uniquely advantageous relative to other software products we install and support," commented Bryan E. Scott, VP of Information Systems.
LINCPlus will be a new generation, full-featured library binding preparation software product. It eliminates the need for the re-keying of publication information, making it the most cost-effective solution currently available on the market. LINCPlus combines TechSmith's award winning screen text capturing technology SnagIt, currently used in our LINC software utility, with advanced features found in our BindPro products.
Recognizing advances in software technology and the introduction of new
bookbinding equipment, SF-Systems was formed in January 1999 combining years of experience in both bookbinding and software development. SF-Systems offers comprehensive software solutions for the bookbinding industry.
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