January 12, 2007– Citrus Heights, CA & Easley, SC – RIPit Imaging Systems, Inc., the primary workflow and CtP provider to the majority of quick printers and franchises in North America, and DEI Systems, Inc., a leading provider of prepress solutions, have signed a reseller agreement wherein DEI Systems will add RIPit's award-winning OpenRIP Symphony software RIPs, as well as its SpeedSetter Pro Poly CtP systems and SpeedSetter Violet Metal CtP systems, to its product portfolio. DEI Systems serves customers in the U.S. in over 40 states.
Says DEI Systems Founder, Robert Yasi, “We are pleased to add RIPit's renowned and proven solutions to our product portfolio. DEI Systems sets itself apart by providing superior products and service. The products we sell have been hand selected from a wide array of available products and are deemed the best in class in terms of performance and value. RIPit's Workflow & CtP solutions easily fit into our premier portfolio of high quality, affordable solutions.”
“We're pleased to partner with DEI Systems, a company known for its dedication to meeting its customers' needs. We believe that with DEI Systems, our imaging solutions and OpenRIP Symphony workflow will continue to fill the gap for high quality, affordable turnkey CtP systems for the most discerning printers and publishers in the marketplace,” says Wayne Wasulko, RIPit Founder & President.
Quality, Affordable CtP Solutions that Fit
RIPit's Pro Poly and SpeedSetter VM (Violet Metal) CtP systems are available as complete, turnkey CtP solutions also including RIPit's powerful OpenRIP Symphony core RIP, with available advanced features including raster preview, in-RIP trapping, raster imposition, CIP3 support; and economical solutions for inkjet proofing and hybrid screening. RIPit's unique line of imaging systems is engineered to streamline the entire platemaking process and fit a wide variety of production needs and budgets.
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