LithoTechnics to Demonstrate Metrix-Driven Printing Automation at drupa
• Metrix 2012.0 also boasts tighter integration with Agfa Apogee, as well as Esko Automation Engine.
• Productivity Features – N-Up Folding, used to eliminate unnecessary cutting and folding on long-run jobs, is now part of the N-Up Binding Module of Metrix 2012.0. Like all Metrix features, N-Up Folding is simple to use and extremely powerful.
Rohan Holt, president of LithoTechnics, Inc., and inventor of Metrix, said, “drupa is a milestone for us—Metrix 1.0 was launched at Drupa 2004, and it is especially fun to see how far Metrix has come since then. Metrix is closer than ever to our vision of what automated production planning and imposition can and should be.”
Holt continued, “Our customers are already making use of Metrix Automation and experiencing productivity improvements they never thought possible. But seeing is believing, and we look forward to the ‘wows’ from new customers and existing Metrix users.”
LithoTechnics is a privately held company founded in 2003 by Rohan Holt. Holt invented the first production planning software for the sheetfed market in 1995, and Metrix, LithoTechnics’ flagship product, is the culmination of Holt’s years of print production experience and accumulated software design expertise. Metrix, launched in 2004, received the prestigious 2005 PIA/GATF InterTech Technology Award, recognized industry-wide as a symbol of technological innovation and excellence. With offices in Edmonds, Washington, Turnhout, Belgium, and south of Sydney, Australia, LithoTechnics is a software company focused on providing key tools and technologies to enable print workflow automation. LithoTechnics is a full member of the CIP4 Organization.