Mechelen, Belgium, November 25, 2008 -- PerfectProof, supplier of software solutions for the proofing, banner and sign, and packaging markets, announces that its first GraphExpo participation from October 26-29, 2008 in Chicago has been very successful and has generated a large number of leads and promising contacts.
As a partner of the Enfocus Crossroads initiative, PerfectProof presented its product portfolio in the Crossroads booth and attracted a large crowd.
"Our first time presence at Graph Expo exceeded our expectations," says Mark Verbist, Managing Director of PerfectProof, "Our solutions were well received by the public and we got very positive feedback. I think we were so successful because we offer really complete solutions, a unique set of easy-to-use software applications with a specialized set of consumables for contract proofing and production. And there is the price: our ProofMaster Certify offers standards-based certified proofing at a price that is accessible to everyone, an important feature in a challenging economy."
Consumables for the best possible result
PerfectProof provides the prepress market with a selection of Fogra-certified inkjet proofing papers, aimed to accurately reproduce the different printing processes.
PerfectProof consumables also include a range of papers and films for indoor and outdoor posters, displays and silkscreen production, and high-density black inks.
Accurate colors for large-format-printing
Graph Expo attendees also showed great interest in PrintFactory, PerfectProof's production suite for banner and sign printing providing professional-level file correction and job preparation tools to produce more color-accurate output with minimum waste.
PrintFactory provides users with file correction and job preparation tools. Its unique, modular product architecture separates job preparation from the actual production, resulting in increased productivity.
"Also, for this show we worked closely together with our newly appointed distributor Pilot Marketing. We also contracted with new resellers, so we can ensure end users' sales and support. Our North American debut confirmed to be a good step towards the future."
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