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PTI Launches FusionPro VDP 7.2 Suite

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Solana Beach, CA, – PTI Marketing Technologies Inc., a leading provider of software as a service (SaaS) web-to-print and marketing personalization solutions, announced today the release of the FusionPro VDP 7.2 Suite, which includes support for a number of new technologies.

The FusionPro VDP 7.2 Suite now enables both desktop and server products to output PDF/VT and configures JDF finishing commands. The release includes many other new capabilities such as the ability to create QR barcodes as images, overprint support, and faster previewing with FusionPro server products.

The PDF/VT standard, published as ISO 16612-2, enables all the benefits of a PDF workflow to the world of VDP, including the PDF imaging model, more flexible preflighting, reliable proofing, and predictable color based on modern ICC color management with all the speed and workflow improvements accomplished with a VDP output format.

"The FusionPro 7.2 release provides a number of valuable features that take advantage of new technologies in the market place" states Douglas Cogan, Vice President of VDP Technologies at PTI, "Our goal is to provide the most flexible VDP tools in the industry and this release certainly supports that commitment."

PTI is offering special pricing on a variety of FusionPro products through June 30th including FusionPro Expression, FusionPro Links and FusionPro VDP. For more information regarding the June promotion, new features and how to purchase FusionPro products, go to: http://fusionprosale.promo.pti.com.


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