Xitron and Dynagram Announce Joint Service Promotion
Press release from the issuing company
Ann Arbor, Michigan – July 20, 2006 – Xitron, the prepress industry's leading independent developer and integrator of Raster Image Processors, RIP management software and workflow solutions and Dynagram, the innovative leader in imposition technology for prepress applications; today announced a special promotion in effect through December 30, 2006, which provides the end-user with one year of service at no additional charge.
The Service Agreement includes upgrades, maintenance updates and unlimited technical support (telephone and email) for twelve months on any DynaStrip product purchase made through Xitron. The value of this service agreement is $795-$1450, dependent on the version of product purchased. All services under this special program will be provided by the Dynagram Technical Support team. Requests for support are handled through an online web form. Once received, a Dynagram Support Team member contacts the customer to answer their specific question. This offer is for users in the USA and Canada. For users outside the USA and Canada, an International Upgrade Agreement is being included which provides unlimited upgrades, all maintenance updates and application filters.
“Xitron and Dynagram have worked closely together over the past several years to provide our workflow users with a comprehensive imposition solution,” stated R. Patrick French, Xitron's Vice President, Sales & Marketing. “Including the 1-year Service Agreement from Dynagram will further enhance our customer's ability to realize increased productivity from their DynaStrip solution.”
“Our partnership with Xitron has grown significantly as the Xenith workflow has become an attractive choice for many small to mid-range printers,” stated Tracey-Lee Batsford, Dynagram's General Manager. “Dynagram is pleased to add even more value to the Xitron workflow solutions by offering the 1-year Service Agreement.”
DynaStrip solutions are most often sold to work in conjunction with the Xenith 4PDF and Xenith Extreme workflow solutions from Xitron. These feature-rich workflow solutions are designed to work seamlessly with DynaStrip products supporting both traditional and JDF imposition.
Xitron's Xenith Workflow is a scalable, server-based system that offers a functional approach to pre-press productivity. With an abundance of practical tools designed to ease production bottlenecks, Xenith puts full workflow control at your fingertips. Built on the latest Adobe PostScript interpreter, Xenith includes the features most requested of today's systems; including ink re-mapping, in-RIP trapping, and automated job pre-flight. Plus, Xenith allows an unlimited number of Mac or PC-based clients to view, track, or change the process of any job at any stage - from anywhere on the user's network.
DynaStrip's family of stand-alone imposition software is the most complete and advanced on the market for commercial printers. DynaStrip easily handles any job regardless of its complexity. Its user-friendly interface enables users to create jobs and templates easily and modify them on the spot! With DynaStrip, you can process more print jobs, improve service levels and increase client capacity. Compatible with all major workflows and in tune with emerging technologies and standards, DynaStrip is the one imposition solution that makes your work flow.
Xitron products are available through a network of OEMS, Distributors, Dealers, and System Integrators worldwide.
Xitron RIPs and workflow solutions drive more than 150 output devices ranging from black and white and color proofers, to film imagesetters and the latest in CTP and direct-to-press systems. With shipments of more than 13,000 RIPs, Xitron is the largest independent provider of RIPs in the market. For more information about Xitron products, visit Xitron on the web at www.xitron.com.
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