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Markzware launches Job2Print.com with OS X support

Friday, May 09, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

SANTA ANA, California -- May 8, 2003 -- Markzware announces the release of Job2Print.com, an Internet job delivery solution that enables individuals to send their digital files to their print provider or publisher. Job2Print.com is a service that allows designers and print buyers to easily collect their print jobs along with the images and fonts, then send a completed job via FTP to their print shop, publisher or other destination. This part of the service will always remain free to both parties. Receivers only need an FTP service to participate and receive files. During the first 25 uses, the sender will receive a fee preflight examination and error report. After the 25th use, the sender has the option to subscribe to the preflight service for $99 per year. Job2Print.com performs 12 standard preflighting checks, then reports the results on screen prior to transmission to the receiver. Both the sender and receiver had administrative privileges, including a detailed report of the files they have sent and/or received. The sender can search for their vendor by web or FTP address. Job2Print.com provides a way to strengthen and facilitate business relationships. Job2Print.com preflighting automatically detects errors for the sender, providing an opportunity to manage their own quality control while making the distribution and delivery as easy as 1,2 3. For a demonstration and free account on Job2Print.com please visit http://www.job2print.com and download the client. Job2Print support Mac OS 8.x, 9.x, and OS X; Windows 98, 99ME, NT4, XP and 2000.

 

 

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