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Pace Systems Ready For PrintTalk

Monday, January 14, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

Popular Print Business Management System Utilizes the XML and JDF Standards on Which PrintTalk is Based Jacksonville, Florida, January 14, 2002—Pace Systems, a leading developer of business management software for the printing industry, has announced that its popular ePace software system is fully compatible with the PrintTalk open standard being developed by an industry consortium. Discussing the compatibility of the Pace Systems software with the PrintTalk standard, Pace Systems president and CEO Jay Farr commented: "The Pace Systems ePace software is written using XML as the basis for business objects and JDF to define print specifications. This means that Pace Systems software users will be able to fully utilize the exchange which has been accepted and endorsed by more than 25 leading printing industry suppliers, including Heidelberg. The PrintTalk specification was developed to ensure that printers can use the Internet to communicate with their management system and their equipment." Pace Systems has served the printing and graphics arts industry for nearly 25 years, providing practical computer systems which make businesses more efficient, profitable, and productive. Hundreds of installed systems are in operation at sheetfed, web and screen printers, in-plant operations, and prepress trade service companies. The Pace Systems suite of software products includes estimating, production, accounting and integrated e-commerce modules—all with a browser-based interface written specifically for the graphic arts industry. For further information about Pace Systems software products, call 800-624-5999, inquire at info@pace2020.com, or log on to www.pace2020.com.

 

 

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