Scanvec Amiable Announces the Release of Its Flexi and PhotoPRINT Products for Mac OSX
Press release from the issuing company
PHILADELPHIA--Sept. 9, 2004-- Scanvec Amiable Ltd., the recognized global leader in providing complete, professional software solutions from design to production for the sign making and large format digital printing industries, released its Flexi and PhotoPRINT products for Native Macintosh OS X on September 1, 2004. The intuitive and easy-to-use user-interface Mac users expect, is now combined with the powerful and robust features of PhotoPRINT or Flexi that their job demands.
Available immediately, Flexi and PhotoPRINT for Mac include such key features as full design control, RIP, color management, print & cut and much more. Composed of pre-built workflows and features specifically designed for the sign making industry, the Flexi line of products are the ultimate solution for sign makers who want to use Mac OS X as their design and production platform. Customers who want to RIP and print to large format digital printers directly from their Mac OS X work station can now do it with the professional PhotoPRINT product.
"We use Scanvec Amiable products to perform all of our vinyl cutting production and for our entire large format printing/ripping and we are really looking forward to these products," states Mike Smith, Sign Dynamics - beta user. "The need to switch to Mac OS X is important to our company's needs, and I think Scanvec Amiable did a great job with the software."
"Scanvec Amiable is excited to announce the release of our new Mac OS X version of our familiar PhotoPRINT and Flexi line of products," states Danny Harel, VP of Marketing and Business Development, Scanvec Amiable. "These products were designed based on the success of our Windows based products and the demands of our Mac OS X users. Now users have the ability to run our programs from any platform, Mac or Windows, their choice."
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