New Xerox DigiPath PDF Productivity Suite includes Enfocus PitStop Professional and PitStop Server for Streamlining Document Production
NEW YORK (ON DEMAND) April 23, 2002 Enfocus Software and Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) today announce an agreement wherein Enfocus' award-winning PitStop solutions will be bundled as part of the new Xerox DigiPath PDF Productivity Suite. The Suite consists of industry-leading tools (for working with Adobe PDF [Portable Document Format] files) that streamline print job submissions for the production print center.
According to Xerox, partnering with Enfocus Software and other benchmark software providers now provides DigiPath customers a superior PDF workflow with premier capabilities for PDF editing and preflight, imposition, OCR, and variable data applications. DigiPath Professional, DigiPath Xpress and the DigiPath PDF Productivity Suite are part of new enhancements to Xerox's DocuColor 2000 Series of digital color presses.
Enfocus PitStop solutions are recognized as the leading production tools for PDF. The newest versions of PitStop products integrate new Enfocus PDF Profile and Certified PDF workflow functionality. Users are able to accurately edit, preflight, detect and auto-correct problems, as well as track the PDF file throughout production, thereby streamlining the PDF digital workflow. PitStop Professional 5.0 and PitStop Server 2.0 will be included in the DigiPath PDF Productivity Suite.
"Enfocus is the de facto standard for checking and correcting PDF files quickly in the digital printing workflow. There's really no better way to provide this functionality," says Xerox Worldwide Color Vice President of Marketing, Abby Abhyankar.
Peter Camps, CEO of Enfocus, says, "We're excited to have been chosen to be part of the DigiPath Productivity Suite. Xerox is doing great things for document production, and we are happy to have the opportunity to contribute to their customers' successes with PDF workflow solutions."
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