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SA International Releases Flexi 8 for Macintosh

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Philadelphia, PA – September 2, 2008 – SA International (SAi), the leading provider of Solutions for the Professional Sign Making, Digital Printing and CAD/CAM for CNC Machining Industries, announces the release of Flexi Family 8 for Macintosh.

Responding to requests for an upgraded Flexi Family product for Macintosh, SAi announces the release and shipping of the long-anticipated Flexi Family 8.5 for Macintosh. With many identical features to the Flexi Family 8 product for Windows XP and Vista, Macintosh OSX users will have the latest design and production tools for design and production of print, cut and hybrid print/cut jobs.

With a multitude of new and improved design, production and color management features, this newest release far exceeds the functionality of previous Flexi versions for Macintosh. Users will enjoy enhancements like increased processing speed, a fresh user interface, customizable shortcuts, expanded drivers for the latest printers and cutters, improved present management as well as an included Graphics CD. The software is a universal binary application designed for Intel and PowerPC Macintosh computers with OSX Leopard or OSX Tiger.

Visit www.Flexi85.com for more information. The highly-anticipated program is now available for purchase through SAi's network of resellers.

"SA International is excited to release this long anticipated Mac product," says Sarit Tichon, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for SAi. "Flexi's beginnings as a Mac-based product are intrinsic to what the product is today and will continue to be into the future."

 

 

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