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Rochester Software Associates Announces EPSPro Compiler/RM

Monday, September 27, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, New York, September 24, 2004 - Rochester Software Associates (RSA) announces the availability of EPSPro Compiler/RM. List priced at $2995, it provides key functionality to customers who do not require all of the capabilities of RSA’s EPSPro software solution. EPSPro consists of seven modules that enhance and extend the functionality of Xerox EPS printers. It runs on the EPS printer controller as an integrated software solution. Responding to market demand, RSA has bundled two of these modules—FDL Compiler and Resource Management—to create EPSPro Compiler/RM. With the FDL Compiler module, customers can edit FSLs and compile them to FRMs on the EPS printer controller. There is no need for a special forms design application running on a separate PC. The FDL Compiler module also includes a friendly interface for the Xerox JSL compiler on the controller. Additionally, the module enables customers to view and sample resources on the printer, and it supports all FSL commands (highlight color, horizontal and vertical line drawing, box drawing, logo and graphics, text placement, and grids and sections). The Resource Management module of EPSPro Compiler/RM automates resource replication across multiple production printers. It eliminates the need to manually update each printer when resources (fonts, forms, logos, images…) change. According to Tim Kelly, RSA Sr. VP, “With EPSPro Compiler/RM, we’ve responded to numerous customer requests for a scaled-down version of EPSPro. Bundling the FDL Compiler and Resource Management modules provides significant additional functionality for Xerox EPS printers at a very attractive price point.”




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