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Dynagram Responds to Kodak Bankruptcy Protection Filing

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Preps Software owners anticipating further uncertainty in light of Kodak’s bankruptcy protection filing, and already concerned about decreasing levels of Preps support and development; can now purchase the industry’s leading, comparable solutions for 50% off, through March 31, 2012. The Dynagram In-Kind Program protects shops from slow-downs and shut-downs with Dynagram’s DynaStrip and inpO2 applications, used successfully at several thousand sites around the world.

Dynagram CEO Francois Guerard said in a statement today, “The headlines and blog posts are frustrating Preps owners who were already feeling neglected. Yes, we are gaining customers, but more importantly, we are also figuring out a way to keep print shops operating with confidence.”

Program pricing

For single copy Preps 5.0+ (proof of purchase)

DynaStrip Full Version, 2250 US $ (50% discount)


inpO2 Pro, 1950 US $ (50% discount)

Contact Dynagram for network version and other currency pricing

“Preps is excellent software, and was a formidable competitor to Dynagram’s solutions for years,” Guerard says.  “However, the software and the customers suffered under different owners and especially, the current state of affairs.”

All the while, Dynagram – the company focused on imposition -- has remained strong as Preps’ major competitor. Guerard says that people have, for many years, come down to the choice between Dynagram and Preps. Shops tied into Creo and then Kodak workflows had incentives to choose Preps.

“Imposition in of itself is a complex concept; and this is why we have kept Dynagram focused on imposition only. Our focus on imposition development, support, and working closely with customers has been crucial,” Guerard says.

“Preps customers need that kind of thriving product, with a company that is standing behind it, working on making it better while being quickly available for every customer need and possible job that comes in. Today, that company is Dynagram.”


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