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NUR Macroprinters Introduces a New Approach to Wide-Format Inkjet Printing Production Management

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

LOD, Israel--Sept. 7, 2005-- NUR Macroprinters Ltd., a leading supplier of wide-format inkjet production printing systems for the out-of-home advertising market, announced today that it initiated beta testing for a new and enhanced version of its control software for the NUR Tempo(TM) and NUR Expedio(TM) wide-format inkjet presses. NUR Macroprinters' new NUR PrinTop(TM) II control software will include a host of new features designed to give NUR Expedio and NUR Tempo users more control over the production workflow, reduce waste and errors, and provide more information about ongoing processes. A new, friendly and intuitive Graphic User Interface is a key element in the new software to help shorten the learning curve, ensure higher utilization of system tools and reduce errors. The new software also makes a wider range of information about press operation and job status more easily available. For the benefit of managers and owners of wide-format printing businesses, the new NUR PrinTop II software also includes a report generator module for improved production management and financial decision-making. This module will enable those owners and managers, among other things, to create custom reports to monitor their profit per customer, assess their actual costs per job and determine the efficiency of their production. NUR expects that as of November 2005, NUR PrinTop II software will be included with all NUR Tempo(TM) and NUR Expedio(TM) printers. Current NUR Tempo and NUR Expedio users can purchase an upgrade to NUR PrinTop II.




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