Dynagram teams up with Australian DataBasics for distribution in Oceania
Press release from the issuing company
December 15, 2003 – Quebec, Canada – Dynagram, the recognized authority in digital imposition, has signed a distribution agreement with DataBasics Pty Ltd for distribution of Dynagram’s products in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
DataBasics will distribute and support both of Dynagram’s product suites, DynaStrip and INposition.
DynaStrip, Dynagram’s flagship product, is a powerful suite of digital imposition solutions developed to meet an entire range of imposition needs, from complete and flexible imposition solutions to specialized imposition jobs; DynaStrip has a wide variety of imposition capabilities and easily integrates into major workflows. Furthermore, DynaStrip is a flexible native PDF imposition solution that, combined with any PDF-RIP that can perform in-RIP trapping and separation, can become a cost-effective and highly flexible PDF workflow.
INposition is a practical XTension suite for QuarkXPressTM, representing the only imposition solution available specifically for QuarkXPress users. INposition’s intuitive interface guides prepress professionals through the imposition process allowing you to remain in your familiar QuarkXPress environment. INposition 6.0 is now available and compatible with QuarkXPress 6.
“Increasing globalization makes it vital that we are able to serve our clients wherever they may be” says François Guérard, president of Dynagram. "Furthermore, the Australian printing and writing industry alone is worth over 950 millions dollars annually. With the added advantage of serving New Zealand and South East Asia also, we felt this partnership would be quite positive for us”.
“DataBasics is firmly entrenched in the creative media and printing marketplaces throughout Australia, New Zealand and SE Asia. The addition of the Dynagram product range will complement our current offerings to meet the needs of the DataBasics customer base.” “We at DataBasics particularly like what Dynagram is doing, they are actively addressing the new trends in technology that are evident in the printing industry whilst maintaining a firm footing in traditional processes that are proven to work” says Ricky Patten, director for DataBasics.
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