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Wide-Format Estimating Software released at Graph Expo and Print 08

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

(December 01, 2008) Estimator Corp, headquartered in Westport CT, announced the release of its Wide-Format solution as part of its standard print-estimating software, specifically designed to meet the rapidly growing wide- format segment of the printing industry.

Estimators Wide-Format addition was especially designed to calculate Wide Format Banners, Posters and other specialty products with ease and simplicity. Wide Format functions in an industry standard using the Square Foot charge for printing but also includes the material used if wider then the item printed and also calculates the feed speed as related to the Print Head traversing the entire width.

QuickBooks connectivity is also now a standard feature with Estimator, and with a simple click you create an export file easily imported from QuickBooks with their Import function under File.

 “Estimator features ‘Competitive Advantage Software’ fully artificial intelligent, mistake-proof, single screen estimating solutions for Sheet-fed, Web and Digital and now Wide-Format”, advised Estimator President Mark Myers “Visitors at our booths during the shows got to know our staff and received details how Estimator eliminates Estimating Errors, reduces estimating time by 7 or greater, and significantly improves sales by doing instant quotes while the client is on the phone, and e-mail it to them during the conversation. Estimator allows prospects for its software to use the unrestricted program in their plant, set-up and running with the company’s pricing, installed at Estimators expense. Estimator also includes all components in it pricing with networking being the only exception.

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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