Montreal, Canada, May 7th, 2004 – Ultimate Technographics Inc, the leading imposition software developer and the inventor of digital imposition is pleased to announce today its Impostrip Page-Pairing. A perfect alternative to complex database systems, Impostrip Page-Pairing is designed to be simple to install, configure and use by anyone accustomed to digital prepress imposition.
Impostrip Page-Pairing works in either automated Hot Folder mode with pre-configured settings, or hands-on, allowing the end user to manage every detail of the workflow. Print queues use a simple traffic light logic to manage the workflow ensuring the end user understands how their work is flowing; Green is good, yellow mean waiting for a pair and red means file error.
Impostrip Page-Pairing includes these features and capabilities:
• Simple to use
• Auatomated or hands on workflow
• Support for PDF, PS, EPS and TIFF
• Simple customized template creation
• Remote queue management on Mac, Windows or any browser based web/wireless device
• Works with Impostrip
• Supports page duplicates, zones, alternate editions
Impostrip Page-Pairing can be combined with Impostrip, Ultimate’s flagship imposition product, providing a fully automated workflow solution for traditional commercial printers, extending template making capabilities as well support for EPS replacement workflows, CIP4 PJTF and JDF workflows.
David Watson, President and CEO, Ultimate, “Newspaper workflow systems have typically been out of reach to smaller newspapers because of two main reasons; cost and complexity. We address these problems with a user-friendly, newspaper workflow that is first and foremost simple-to-use, and also meets the budget criteria of smaller newspaper operations.” He continues “Impostrip has long been recognized as the easiest way to make plates for commercial printers – now newspaper professionals can benefit from our industry leading knowledge and experience of making plate ready signatures”
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