Xitron is celebrating its 45th year of supplying tools to the printing industry. The company started in 1977 with the invention of an interface that tied newspaper editorial systems to high-speed typesetters. Since then, it has evolved into a developer of software solutions for almost all printing markets, including RIPs, workflows, computer-to-plate interfaces, DFE’s, and machine controls for high-speed inkjet presses with a base of more than 40,000 customers.
“When I stand back and consider the body of work and technological advancements we’ve deployed, I can’t help but be impressed with this team,” said Xitron’s president Karen Crews, who has been with the company in various roles for more than 35 years.
To commemorate the company’s anniversary, Xitron will be offering free software upgrades to customers who purchase any version 13 Navigator TIFF RIP, workflow, and support agreement bundle between now and October 1, 2023.
“This represents a value of almost $1,500 to end users,” said Crews. “It’s our way of showing our appreciation to customers who continue to show confidence and loyalty in Xitron products.”
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