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Xinet: FullPress XT Arrives for QuarkXPress 6

Wednesday, November 19, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

DENVER — November 18, 2003 — Quark Inc. and Xinet Inc. today announced the release of Xinet’s FullPress XTensions module with support of QuarkXPress 6. Now prepress and printing customers can use the FullPress XTensions module to integrate QuarkXPress, the most widely used page layout tool in the world, with a server-based workflow to create seamless PDF/X-1a files. "The FullPress XT and QuarkXPress 6 are part of a new workflow we’re configuring here, and they are great. Again Xinet has demonstrated that it is a good business partner with a very reliable and up to date product," said Luc Villeneuve, V.P. Technologies at Caractéra Inc., a commercial printing company with 115 employees in Montreal and Quebec City that specializes in pre-media, Web design, and Web hosting. "Buying FullPress was the single best decision in my technological career." "Xinet is one of the top prepress vendors, and we have many customers who have been anxiously awaiting this release," said Jürgen Kurz, senior vice president of product development at Quark. "FullPress is great software and we’re thrilled to see it released for QuarkXPress 6." Leading the industry since 1985, FullPress is a robust server software engine that sits at the center of the prepress workflow, providing client-server file sharing, print spooling, and automated output generation of PostScript, PDF, and TIFF/IT. "Together, FullPress and QuarkXPress 6 give our customers a powerful software tool that speeds production, creates perfect PDF/X-1a files and colorizes 1-bit logos," said Xinet CEO Scott Seebass.

 

 

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