Sydney, Australia; May 17, 2005 – In a world first, the revolutionary new version of Quickcut’s groundbreaking print and production workflow software will be exclusively previewed by the company’s CEO at Pacprint 2005, several months ahead of its worldwide launch later this year.
The innovative new software - QuickPrint 5 - is the world’s most advanced method of preparing files for print. It enables users to create, validate, color manage and deliver files within one solution. QuickPrint 5 also contains a number of innovative improvements that help it hold its position as the most respected digital production workflow solution in the world. This is the first time that the Adobe PDF Library has been built in to the product, which is available on both Mac and PC platforms.
This new version is equipped with powerful but straightforward one-click validation tools that can swiftly identify file problems and typically fix them automatically. A desktop-based application, QuickPrint 5 draws upon Quickcut’s comprehensive and continually updated database of global press specifications to create files that are perfect first time.
Grant Schuetrumpf, Chief Executive Officer of Quickcut, said: “We know that QuickPrint 5 is at least two years ahead of any competing solution because of its ability to capture variable unique printing specifications and guide artwork at its creation. It remains the world’s best workflow tool for preparing files for print. The application will not only reduce workloads but guide users through the many pitfalls that plague pre-press production with little or no margin for error.”
QuickPrint 5 will be unveiled for an exclusive preview at Pacprint 2005. Visitors to Quickcut on stand number 1747 will be offered the limited chance to see the system demonstrated by both the developer and CEO.
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