The amazing weather we've had this summer in Sacramento calls us to hikes, whitewater rafting and camping without a care in the world. Lucky for you, we don't answer that call as things here at Compose are kicking into high gear: we are getting ready for the Print09 show in Chicago and our programmers are busy working on a new product for the labeling world. I'll fill you in more as we approach the show. Another thing that's kept us busy is the G7 calibration for customers in Northern California. And, to top it off, IS Optimizer has really taken off in Latin America. It's been a non-stop summer, to say the least. We'll have time for the outdoors again in the fall.
Last month we polled you online on what product would you like to see discounted for the show. Here are the results: the product with the most votes was IS Optimizer, followed closely by our Express RIP. We've taken note and are designing the best deals for you.
So, let's get down to business. Compose has had a product called PDF Imposition for many years. Currently we're on version 5. It's an easy to use, flexible PDF-based imposition tool. Users can create templates that generate from simple business card layouts to complex multi-signature, multi-press publications.
Up to now we had marketed PDF Imposition as a tool for our workflow users. But the fact is that anyone with a Windows PC can take advantage of PDF Imposition. With this in mind, we have decided to reposition this feature-rich product at a lower price. I'm happy to give you the scoop: as of today, PDF Imposition 5 for 4 up presses will retail for $750. The maximum plate size that this version can work with is 31.5" x 31.5" or 800mm x 800mm. For larger presses, with no plate size limitation PDF Imposition 5 is now $1500. This price is for customers in the US, Canada and Latin America. To purchase, call Compose at (916) 920-3838 or your local Compose reseller.
Minimum System Requirements:
- OS: Windows XP Pro, SP3
- RAM: 2 GB
- Hard Disk: 80 GB