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Digital Infrastructures To Announce Integration Of Adobe PDF Transit

Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Calgary, Alberta – September 22, 2003 – Digital Infrastructures Inc. will be officially announcing their DeliveryServer platform has integrated Adobe PDF Transit to create a powerful, Adobe PDF workflow process in Chicago at Graph Expo, September 28 – October 1, 2003. Print Facilities can now offer their clients an easy, streamlined process to submit their digital files directly from their computers to their Print Facility. PDF DeliveryServer technology dramatically reduces document pre-flighting, speeds job turnaround times, cuts production costs, increases bottom line profits and generates a rapid return on investment for Document Service Providers. “We look forward to Graph Expo 2003 where we will be officially announcing the availability of PDF DeliveryServer” said Jamie Ball, President of Digital Infrastructures Inc. “Be sure to stop by booth # 5251 during the show, get to know some of our staff, and see demonstrations on all of the DeliveryServer platforms.” Digital Infrastructures Inc. will be showcasing DeliveryServer (www.deliveryserver.com), which is Internet software that has been developed to drive powerful, controlled, PDF workflows from workstations into virtually every type of print facility. The core strength of DeliveryServer is the controlled PDF conversion and streamlined delivery of digital document and data – integrating with virtually any digital or press output process or technology. DeliveryServer gives print operations control over the PDF distilling process so that the files received for production are optimized for output. This speeds job turnaround times, reduces document production costs, increases bottom line profits and generates a rapid return on their investment in DeliveryServer.

 

 

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