Xitron & Megasupport BV Demonstrate at Grafische Vakbeurs Gorinchem
Press release from the issuing company
Ann Arbor, Michigan & IJsselstein, Netherlands – January 16, 2007 – Xitron, the prepress industry's leading independent developer and integrator of Raster Image Processors, RIP management software and workflow solutions and Megasupport BV, Xitron’s distributor in the Netherlands, today announced the that Xitron RIPs and workflow solutions will be demonstrated at Grafische Vakbeurs Benelux February 13-15, 2007 in Gorinchem.
“We are pleased to participate with Megasupport at this important Benelux exhibition,” stated R. Patrick French, Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Xitron. "Our distributor relationships are some of our greatest strengths, allowing Xitron to reach into markets and regions of the world in which our dealers, such as Megasupport have tremendous experience and customer loyalty.”
Xenith is a midrange Adobe core workflow offering from Xitron. Xenith is a perfect solution for 4-up and larger commercial printers. Both Mac® and Windows-based client software give prepress operators full control of the workflow from any desktop.
Navigator GPS is one of the most affordable workflow solutions available for. Based on the Harlequin RIP core technology from Global Graphics Software, Navigator GPS offers an automated workflow solution for job management including PDF creation and preflighting options. Comprised of the industry renowned Navigator RIP and Xitron’s RIP Manager, Navigator GPS is an ideal workflow solution for 2-up and 4-up shops.
“Megasupport is pleased to offer Xitron’s solutions to our customers in the Netherlands,” stated Hans Ultee, Managing Director, Megasupport. “Navigator GPS and Xenith workflow solutions provide a high degree of automation allowing commercial printers to streamline their prepress workflow.”
Products will be demonstrated by Megasupport technical staff at the Megasupport stand 191.
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