March 23, 2011 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Denver, Colorado - BundlesForMac has announced BatchOutput Server for the Weekly Special. BatchOutput Server offers complete automation of the Adobe InDesign output workflow. This is a must have application if you do any level of production Adobe InDesign work. This special will run for 1 week ending on March 29, 2011, and will discount BatchOutput Server to 60% off.
Automate InDesign output workflow with hot folder processing:
BatchOutput Server is a powerful output workflow automation solution for Adobe InDesign. The software automates printing and exporting to PDF and PostScript by processing InDesign files from hotfolders. Originally developed for a major publisher in the United States, BatchOutput Server offloads output from InDesign to a central system leaving operator stations free from the output process.
* Runs on a dedicated server
* Workflows for assigning to hot folders
* Hot Folders - BatchOutput Server will watch a hot folder and automatically start a workflow
* Export as single pages
* Automatic Error Handling
* Email Notifications
* Automatic Font activation
* Variable File names
* XMP variables
* Logs and history
* Remote Monitoring
Current Extended Specials:
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Pricing and Availability:
BatchOutput Server is the current weekly special and is being sold for $279.98 (USD) and available immediately for 60% off of the $699.95 retail price until March 29, 2011 11:59:59.
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