February 6, 2007 – Citrus Heights, & City of Industry CA – RIPit Imaging Systems, Inc., the primary workflow and CtP provider to the majority of quick printers and franchises in North America; and Kelly Paper, have signed a reseller agreement wherein Kelly Paper will add RIPit’s award-winning OpenRIP Symphony software RIPs, as well as its SpeedSetter Violet Metal CtP systems to its product portfolio. Kelly Paper serves customers in California, Arizona, Nevada and Washington from 48 store locations and 3 distribution centers.
“Our commercial printing customers are typically small printers who have come to know and trust us to support them for more than just their paper needs,” says Kelly Paper’s Sales Manager, Ulises Grajales. “They know that we deliver highly personal service and support. In serving our customers we noticed an important and growing need for reliable, high quality CtP solutions. Our search for the best solutions to meet our customers’ needs led us directly to RIPit.”
“RIPit customers are loyal and love the company’s solutions, pricing and service model. It was clear that RIPit would be a good fit for us. We are pleased to add RIPit’s renowned and proven solutions to our product portfolio,” Grajales adds.
RIPit’s founder and President, Wayne Wasulko, explains, “Kelly Paper sets itself apart by providing superior products and personal service. They are clearly more than just a paper supplier. We are pleased to partner with such a synergistic organization that truly understands its customers and is actively involved in ensuring their success. They are one of the best in the industry.”
Quality, Affordable CtP Solutions that Fit
RIPit’s 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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