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RSA launches TicketMe new job ticket conversion product

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, NY - Rochester Software Associates (RSA), provider of production print workflow software solutions for in-plants and corporate print centers, announces the launch of TicketMe, enhanced job ticket conversion software that provides the flexibility to print jobs to any production printer without re-ticketing.
Using RSA's  AnyPrint technology, TicketMe converts the proprietary formats in print jobs created by popular make ready and workflow tools to formats that are compatible with production printers from multiple manufacturers.
Used as a stand-alone application, TicketMe provides corporate print centers with the following benefits:

- Simplify workflows and improve flexibility and delivery time

- Give operators the freedom to print to the "best" printer for the job

- Use one workflow software application to drive devices from multiple manufacturers

RSA's Senior Vice President, Tim Kelly stated, "TicketMe allows greater choice of production printers for our customers, an increasing need as print centers operating in a mixed printer environment become more common." Continuing he said, "Our customers and partners have told us how efficient it is to be able retain current workflows when equipment or software change. TicketMe allows them to make printer selections independent of workflow, potentially saving thousands of dollars in expenditures and lost productivity."
TicketMe is available April 1, 2011 directly from RSA and through RSA's partners. To learn more about TicketMe, visit www.rocsoft.com.


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