Universal Printer Plug-In Adds Support For Hundreds Of Devices
Press release from the issuing company
Ann Arbor, Michigan – July 26, 2007 – Xitron, the prepress industry's leading independent developer and integrator of Raster Image Processors, RIP management software and workflow solutions, today announced the release of a Universal Printer Plug-in option for use with the Navigator RIP and Navigator GPS workflow family of products.
The Universal Printer Plug-in provides Navigator users the ability to
- Support virtually all printers with Windows drivers
- Utilize existing laser printers for concept proofing
- Add multi-function devices as adjuncts to their workflow
- Increase concept and text proofing output during peak periods with existing printers
- Maximize investments in technology
“The Universal Printer Plug-in was developed as a result of feedback from our users,” stated R. Patrick French, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Xitron. “Many users had existing devices, especially laser printers and multi-function devices in their operation that were underutilized. The Universal Printer Plug-in allows virtually any device to become an extension to the prepress workflow.”
The Universal Printer Plug-in is an option for any Navigator RIP or Navigator GPS workflow version 7.0 and higher. Through October 2007, users can take advantage of a special $1000 discount when upgrading to the latest Navigator 7.2 release.
In addition the Universal Printer Plug-in, Xitron offers a broad selection of high-quality, color managed plug-in to drive Epson, HP and Canon inkjet proofers. These product specific plug-in provide color managed output required for higher-end output and contract proofing.
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