Pace Systems Browser-Based ePace Format to Debut at PRINT 01
Press release from the issuing company
Jacksonville, Florida, August 2001—Pace Systems, a leading developer of business management software for the printing industry, will introduce its innovative and proprietary ePace data format to show attendees at PRINT 01. This latest enhancement to the popular Pace 2020 software suite permits print business personnel and customers to use any popular Internet browser as the means of interface. Of particular importance to customer service representatives and shop floor personnel who must enter data, the Pace 2020 browser interface concept takes advantage of the familiarity which most workers already have through personal use of the Internet.
In announcing the immediate availability of the Pace 2020 browser-based format, Pace Systems president Jay Farr commented: "Internet browsers such as Microsoft Explorer and AOL Netscape have become universally understood interfaces for computer operators everywhere. By embracing these popular interfaces, the Pace 2020 system becomes even easier for print business employees and customers to use."
Pace Systems has served the printing and graphics arts industry for nearly 25 years, providing practical computer systems which make businesses more efficient, profitable, and productive. Hundreds of installed systems are in operation at sheetfed, web and screen printers, in-plant operations, and prepress trade service companies. The Pace Systems suite of software products includes estimating, production, accounting and integrated e-commerce modules— all with a browser-based interface written specifically for the graphic arts industry.
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