Los Angeles, CA; September 16, 2004 – Quickcut LLC, leading international provider of workflow services for print advertising material, will participate as a sponsor and presenter at the IDEAlliance SPECTRUM 2004 conference taking place in Scottsdale, AZ, September 19-21.
As part of its role as a Classic Sponsor of the annual advertising and publishing industry event, Quickcut will make two presentations on Tuesday, September 21-- at 1:45 p.m. and at 2:15 p.m. -- to introduce attendees to the benefits of its comprehensive solutions for digital advertising workflow control.
Australia-based Quickcut has offices and Licensees in Australia, Germany, India, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom, and the United States and it counts more than 5,000 companies among its broad international client base. The company’s flagship PageStore product is widely used by advertisers, agencies and trade shops to send finished ads directly to publishers or printers around the world. In 2003 alone, more than 1.5 million files totaling more than 18 million square feet of print advertising space were carried through the Quickcut PageStore network globally. Additional Quickcut products rely on proven technology to ensure a range of prepress job files will be properly prepared, color-managed, delivered and validated according to publishing and print specifications -- saving time and resources on both ends.
“We’re pleased to participate in SPECTRUM 2004 as a Classic Sponsor and to help promote the SPECTRUM Conference mission as a forum to explore and validate current and emerging technologies and best practices in graphic communications,” remarked Grant Blanchard, Quickcut CEO and Global Chairman.
Founded in the advertising-magazine community in 1976, SPECTRUM explores challenges in current and evolving possibilities from imaging and content creation to production and dissemination, focusing on real-world applications that work. Utilizing the resources of the IDEAlliance membership, their customers and suppliers, SPECTRUM continues to provide a vehicle for cross-industry networking, education, vision and action.
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