Digital Imposition Company, DynaStrip Releases 3.5 for Windows 95+/NT+
Press release from the issuing company
Enhanced feature-set and interface maximizes imposition possibilities for PC users
August 13, 2002 -- Quebec, Canada-- Dynagram, the industry authority in digital imposition solutions today announced that the newest version of DynaStrip software for Windows 95+/NT+, DynaStrip 3.5, is now shipping.
DynaStrip 3.5 for Windows 95+/NT+ allows prepress professionals operating in a PC environment to benefit from the same functions and easy user interface as found in DynaStrip 3.5 for Macintosh. The result: an unlimited number of possibilities to manage any imposition job--from the very simple to the highly complex.
DynaStrip is available in distinct packages tailored to the needs of specific market segments. DynaStrip Compact and DynaStrip Full are classic versions of DynaStrip with 30" x 30" (760 mm x 760 mm) format and unlimited format, respectively. DynaStrip FUSION and DynaStrip AUTOMATION are two highly specialized versions of the classic DynaStrip. DynaStrip FUSION allows printers of zoning advertisements, direct marketing publications and multilingual documents to build up to 200 versions of the same document, using the same template and without layering. DynaStrip AUTOMATION can be used as a hot folder workflow for efficient application for page pairing in a newspaper environment.
Dynagram offers its DynaStrip product line in English, French, Spanish and German.
"Dynagram’s commitment to providing a variety of imposition solutions to meet specific needs has never been truer than with the release of the latest version of DynaStrip for Windows," said François Guerard, president of Dynagram. "Regardless of a user‚s production environment, regardless of the type of imposition job, Dynagram has a solution that can accomplish the task."
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