SAN DIEGO, CA - March 8, 2004 - Solimar Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of production printing and secure document delivery solutions, today announced the release of TUKANDA version 4.0, a database driven, highly personalized document composition and printing software solution. Unlike older technologies that are typically more expensive and complicated to use, TUKANDA v4.0 uses a simplified object-oriented, WYSIWYG design interface that easily accomplishes many advanced features that often require costly custom programming.
As a powerful Windows-based document creation solution, TUKANDA v4.0 provides an easy way to design, compose, and create print-ready highly personalized full color or black and white 1:1 communications for virtually any application, in any industry. Especially well suited for producing variable information full color documents, TUKANDA v4.0 is optimized for today’s modern color printers.
“TUKANDA has a tremendous feature/price ratio. It represents a powerful, yet cost-effective way to generate production volume highly personalized document communications,” states Solimar’s Mary Ann Rowan, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “It’s loaded with high-end production document composition capabilities and flexible database integration functionality that are typically found only in more expensive products.”
TUKANDA contains high volume document assembly capabilities, strong database integration, and many efficient time saving features. Output formats include VPS, PostScript, VDX, AFPDS, IPDS, IJPDS, PCL, PPML, PDF, and Windows GDI.
Additional TUKANDA v4.0 enhancements include:
• Dynamic 3D data driven charts and graphs
• Data Source Wizard easily connects to multiple databases
• Advanced rule-based conditional processing
• Enhanced support for barcodes, tables, and watermarks
• New N-Up, duplex and stacking options
• Import facility for flat files, .rtf, .doc, Excel, Access, OBDC, XML, UDL, and MS Mail Merge
• Immediate and accurate print preview feature
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