FOSTER CITY, Calif.--Dec. 16, 2003-- Electronics for Imaging, the world leader in digital imaging and print management solutions for commercial and enterprise printing, today announced the 6000th installation of PrintSmith(TM), a print shop management solution for the on demand and quick print market. PrintSmith is a complete, integrated print management information system that helps small to medium size printers take control of their estimating, production, invoicing and accounts receivable needs.
"We are proud to be the 6000th PrintSmith customer. This powerful software enables us to deliver time critical information faster and easier to the people that need it most," said Boyd Cranford, Director of Operations, Print Atlantic Express. "EFI PrintSmith is a best-of-breed solution that is intuitive to use while giving us the ability to increase revenues, reduce cost and produce more efficiently."
"PrintSmith, which was first released in 1985 has a proven track record of helping small to midsize printers manage their businesses more efficiently," said Marc Olin, VP and General Manager of Commercial Print Systems, EFI. "We're proud to have attained the incredible milestone of selling our 6000th copy and thank all of our customers for recognizing and supporting our efforts to help the printing industry be more profitable and productive."
PrintSmith software is flexible, scalable and available in portable, standalone and networked configurations to grow with a customer's business. PrintSmith's modular product line lets customers choose a solution that best suits their business need and includes compatible, easy to use upgrade paths. Optional PrintSmith features include custom reports, point of sale support, multi-user networking, and PrintSmith Site. PrintSmith is a Mac & Windows based program that easily downloads into popular accounting programs such as QuickBooks, MYOB, Peachtree, SAGE, Simply Accounting, Multi-Ledger, and Business Works. For more information on PrintSmith visit www.printsmith.com.
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