SANTA ANA, California, April 22, 2009 — Markzware (http://markzware.com), the leading developer of preflighting, data extraction and data conversion software, has donated upgrades of its patented preflighting technology and conversion solutions to RIT Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Print Media.
“This donation will help the students continue to develop and learn the importance of preflighting skills with FlightCheck. Access to the latest in preflighting technology, Markzware FlightCheck not only helps students to better understand the process, but it helps new graduates arrive on the doorsteps of future employers having mastered key software applications, and entering the workforce as highly productive employees,” said Mary Gay Marchese, director of public relations, Markzware. FlightCheck can be used to check documents of several types to be printed from:
- layout applications
- brochure software
- page layout software
- graphic design software
- digital graphic software
- desktop publishing (DTP) software
- various other kinds of software
“We are very pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with Markzware,” says Erich Lehman, premedia facilities coordinator, RIT’s School of Print Media. “Their support for our students and programs has helped us to enhance academic exposure to the issues that arise during preflight in a practical manner using industry standard tools. Markzware also enables us to troubleshoot the latest problematic files. Their popular conversion tools, Q2ID (QuarkXPress to Adobe InDesign) and ID2Q (Adobe InDesign to QuarkXPress) conversion tools have saved many student projects in a pinch.”
Markzware, a privately-held company based in Santa Ana, California, is the leading developer of quality assurance, data conversion and workflow solutions for the international graphic arts, printing and digital multimedia industries. Markzware B.V., located in Rijswijk, the Netherlands, is the company’s headquarters for activities in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.