Polkadots Licenses I-Trap Technology From Lucid Dream
Press release from the issuing company
Montreal, Canada and HOFFMAN ESTATES, Illinois – September 23, 2004 – Polkadots Software Inc., a leading prepress workflow developer, specializing in database driven workflow automation for Harlequin RIP technology, and Lucid Dream Software, Inc., a major developer of prepress software solutions that boost productivity, have entered into a special OEM agreement that will see Polkadots integrate and market Lucid’s I-Trap Solution into Polkadots new Trap-it – Interactive and Automated trapping module.
“Polkadots is successfully carving out a market segment, and signing on worldwide sales and distribution channels, for their cost effective, high productivity solutions.” Notes David Lewis, President Lucid Dream, “PrePage-it’s client server, database driven architecture was ideal for the integration of I-Trap technology, the first major upgrade for Harlequin in-RIP trapping ”
“Lucid Dream’s innovative technology compliments our software perfectly and enhances its ability to create fast, efficient workflows to increase a company’s profitability,” says Gilles Duhamel, Polkadots’ President. “Trap-it rounds out the package of complete prepress functionality in PrePage-it providing the most full featured solution available on the market today. Thanks to Lucid’s trapping technology we continue to be the leader in providing unbeatable solutions.”
Trap-it is currently available for all PrePage-it users either directly from Polkadots Software or through Polkadots reseller and distribution channels. PrePage-it, Trap-it and Manage-it will be demonstrated live at GraphExpo in Chicago from October 10 to 13 on booth 4437.
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