February 18, 2003 – Quebec, Canada – Dynagram, the recognized leader in digital imposition, today launched the newest version of INposition Lite software, INposition Lite 5.0. INposition Lite 5.0 is by far the fastest and easiest means to impose jobs directly in QuarkXPress. The latest version, INposition 5.0, is compatible with QuarkXPress 4.1+ and 5.0+.
INposition Lite 5.0’s advantage resides in its ability to access native QuarkXPress and use Adobe PageMaker and Acrobat files. Thanks to this advantage, prepress professionals can impose, preview, edit, proof, color separate and print—all within one seamless environment.
QuarkXPress users looking for a hassle-free, low-maintenance and inexpensive solution to perform simple imposition jobs will find that INposition Lite 5.0’s effortless approach to imposition allows them to maximize productivity.
“As was the case with INposition—and now INposition Lite—Dynagram has consistently held true to our unequivocal commitment to furthering development of the INposition product line,” said François Guérard, president of Dynagram. “Our solid background in imposition coupled with top-line customer services clearly shows that Dynagram is the premier provider of imposition XTensions for QuarkXPress.”
Future development is planned for the entire INposition product line.
Dynagram is synonymous with digital imposition. As the independent technology powerhouse behind a wide spectrum of digital imposition solutions with unparalleled functionality, Dynagram's mission is to set an unprecedented common-sense standard in the industry for the quality, efficiency and cost-savings of digital imposition. Its flagship products, DynaStrip and INposition are distributed worldwide by major prepress suppliers and manufacturers. Dynagram recently acquired DK&A's INposition product line, allowing the company to further enhance its ability to meet any digital imposition need. For more information, please visit www.dynagram.com.
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