Ultimate launches ImpositionForum.com - A community of imposition software users
Press release from the issuing company
Montreal, March 15, 2007 Ultimate Technographics Inc, the leading imposition software developer and the inventor of digital imposition, announces the launch of www.impositionforum.com, an online discussion forum for users and distributors of Ultimate’s software products. The Imposition Forum also features discussions related to general issues facing offset and digital printing companies.
The Imposition Forum is open to all Impostrip users and distributors to express their wishes for future development of the product line, recommendations for new products, and reports on bugs. The Imposition Forum is a great place to get answers from Ultimate’s dedicated technical and marketing partisans. You may also find a frequently asked questions section, tips and tricks and extensive product documentation for download.
The Imposition Forum offers a general discussion on the printing industry and a special section on digital printing. We invite any of our users or distributors to comment, state, explain or illustrate their views on these topics, as well as on any forthcoming issue regarding all of us in the printing industry.
“We encourage an open discussion of any problems,” explains Andre Valentine the Forum moderator, “and we try to get timely answers for users. One of them recently posted: ‘I have never dealt with any other software company willing to go to such lengths to address the concerns of one person. I am grateful not only on behalf of our shop, but I think this is bound to help other customers as well.’ We invite any user of Impostrip products, distributor, partner and anyone interested in knowing more about using imposition software to automate their workflow to come and join our community.”
The Imposition Forum permits us to maintain a more dynamic, real and interactive relation with our customers and distributors, independently to location and time zones.
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