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GMC Software Technology to Show Off PrintNet at Graph Expo

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

August 20, 2007 -- During Graph Expo 2007, GMC Software Technology will exhibit the latest enhancements to its PrintNet software suite in Booth 5140. Attendees will get a first-hand look at how they can use PrintNet solutions to improve their marketing, transaction, trans-promo, on demand and electronic customer communications. Key applications include personalized communications that are in high demand today:
- Promotional marketing flyer and postcard
- Trans-promo 401K transactional statement with embedded marketing messages
- Newsletter with variable, personalized information
- Invoice with color IPDS
At Graph Expo, GMC will exhibit new version releases of its software suite that includes:
PrintNet Designer that features advanced data handling capabilities, personalized document design and layout, graphical workflow, color management, version control, and message management. 
PrintNet Interactive, a web-based tool for creating personalized one-to-one documents using standard template formats.
PrintNet PA, an automation and output management system for high-volume production and delivery. It provides a central point of control for processing, delivery and zero-defect document production.
PrintNet Transform for converting, repurposing and driving more value from legacy applications and their print streams without reprogramming
PrintNet Connect, a web services solution for automating all customer communications - documents, web, email - through the integration of web-based workflow.
WebProof, a web-based document approval and proofing system




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