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xPresso for InDesign gains Mac support

updated 09:25 am EDT, Thu May 18, 2006

xPresso for InDesign

Document Sciences today announced expanded support on both the client and server platforms of its xPression product suite. xPresso for Adobe InDesign, the latest design component of xPression, now provides added client support for Mac OS X, as well as the ability to install server components with JBoss on both Windows and Linux platforms. The xPression product suite utilizes a server architecture built upon open standards to work with open design tools, including the highly popular Adobe InDesign Creative Suite 2. According to the company, the solution's ease-of-use features, combined with its open server technology, are especially suitable for the creation and delivery of targeted marketing applications such as personalized direct mail, collateral, and catalogs, as well as relationship statements and billings.

"xPression, together with its new design component, is ideally suited for marketing professionals and their graphic design staff," says Hakan Akbas, Chief Marketing Officer for Document Sciences. "We've extended the range of its intuitive design and integration capabilities by providing support for OS X, a familiar environment and platform of choice for many marketing and graphic design departments today."

Document Sciences (booth no. 3325) will be providing demonstrations of its enhanced solutions for creating personalized enterprise communications throughout the On Demand Expo, which runs from May 16-18 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.




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