Enfocus donates workflow software to PIA/GATF

May 24, 2007


Enfocus Software has announced that it will donate a full version of its PitStop Automate PDF technology to prominent Graphic Arts association, PIA/GATF (Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation).

Worth $5,999 US, the donated software is a workflow automation solution that allows design studios, ad agencies, printers and publishers to automatically control graphic arts file movement and processing through production. PitStop Automate extends the power of Enfocus' established automation-enabling technologies such as PDF preflight, editing and Certified PDF, to improve productivity and output consistency.

"Enfocus has been a long-time supporter of PIA/GATF members and initiatives. Through donations like this one, the company has helped PIA/GATF to stay on top of important technology developments and to educate and train our members on these latest PDF tools and Certified PDF technologies. We and our 12,000+ members appreciate the ongoing support of leading edge organizations such as Artwork Systems' Enfocus," says Joseph Marin, Senior Prepress Technologist and Instructor for PIA/GATF.

Visit the official Web site to read about the PIA/GATF or check out to learn more about Enfocus PitStop Automate.

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