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DaVinci Technologies and ONYX to Offer ONYX 12 Software

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

ONYX 12 Is Coming - What You Need To Know

ONYX, a leader in print production workflow solutions and DaVinci Technologies have teamed up to offer ONYX RIP software. ONYX 12 will be released this summer, which means users of previous versions should be made aware of the changes to come. 

ONYX 12 will offer faster RIP performance, a simplified user interface and advanced finishing tools. When ONYX 12 becomes available, versions will shift. This shift will cause increases in upgrade pricing:

  • ONYX 11 will now be considered a previous version status
  • ONYX Version 10 is currently previous and will change to a legacy status
  • ONYX Version 7 is currently legacy and will no longer be eligible for ONYX Advantage. You will be required to purchase a new ONYX 12 package.

In order to save on the upgrade, customers who purchased ONYX 11 on or after May 15, 2015 or those that have an active ONYX Advantage software maintenance agreement will automatically qualify for an upgrade to the newest version of ONYX software. 

ONYX Advantage software maintenance is designed to provides a cost effective solution to keep your RIP and workflow software current with easy access to all of the latest features. This program enable users to save up to 40% of the cost to purchase these benefits separately.

DaVinci Technologies is a leading distributer and manufacturer of wide format inkjet supplies and equipment including HP Latex Printers & Accessories, P.O.P & retail media, wrap media, window media, laminating films, laminators & trimmers, and more.

 

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