Software developer Enfocus to exhibit PitStop Pro, Switch automation software at PRINTING United Expo in Las Vegas, Oct. 19-21

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October 4, 2022 (press release) –

Leading PDF quality control and automation experts Enfocus has announced it is bringing its winning hand of automation software to Las Vegas, NV as an exhibitor at the Printing United Expo.

The software developer will be exhibiting its range of solutions, including PitStop Pro, Switch, and more, at booth C5937 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s Central Hall. Printing United, this year held between October 19-21, is one of the printing industry’s key annual events, bringing together solutions providers from across the market.

Looking ahead to the event, Piet De Pauw, Head of Marketing at Enfocus, said, “When the chips are down, Printing United is one of the biggest and most important shows for us. And, as this is the first in-person Printing United since before the pandemic began, we’re going all in with our full range of software.

 

We pride ourselves on making software that lets printers do things their way. So, to celebrate our iconic host venue, we’ll be exhibiting in the Sin City way with a casino-themed booth – but visitors won’t be gambling when they visit us, because automation always wins.

Piet De Pauw, Head of Marketing at Enfocus

 

Enfocus software is widely regarded as the only game in town if you're looking for a truly open automation platform that can connect all your systems and teams into one fully automated, streamlined print workflow to handle files throughout the prepress process. By automating onboarding, PDF preflight, imposition, and validation, printers can dramatically increase throughput.

De Pauw added, “Getting print jobs through from customers can feel like a roll of the dice in our industry. If you’re lucky, the job will fly through preflighting, but there is every chance the file will go bust with common errors like missing bleed or incorrect color modes. Our suite of automation software ensures printers always hold all the cards.

“We expect a full house at our booth, so any printers looking to up the ante and stack the deck in their favor should book a slot and stop by to discuss the right software solution for their business.”

Enfocus recently rolled out a series of large updates for several of its software solutions, including a 2022 update to mark the 25th anniversary of its flagship preflight software PitStop Pro. These updates, which include a range of bleed improvements, new preflight profiles, and a range of other enhancements, are expected to draw heightened interest from attendees working across the print sector.

This year’s event has been hotly anticipated ever since its 2021 showing, which was due to take place in Orlando, FL last year, was canceled due to uncertainty over the Covid-19 Delta variant.

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