Citation Software established reseller agreement with Quite Software
For immediate release
WESTBOROUGH, MA, March 24, 2002 —
Citation Software Inc. has signed a reseller agreement with
Quite Software, the UK-based software-development company that makes
the very useful and popular "Quite Imposing" and
"Quite Imposing Plus" page-imposition plug-ins for
Adobe Acrobat and also makes the well-known "Quite A Box Of Tricks"
and "Quite Revealing" preflight/prepress plug-ins for Adobe Acrobat.
Citation Software will sell and support these products
within North America.
Citation Software contributed feature suggestions during development of
the Quite Imposing and Quite Imposing Plus products and also served as a
beta tester for those products. Cynthia Leslie, Citation Software's President,
"We are excited about our new alliance with Quite Software and look
forward to spreading the word (to our customers) about these terrific software products!"
About Quite Imposing, Quite Imposing Plus, Quite A Box Of Tricks, and Quite Revealing
Quite Imposing and Quite Imposing Plus let you accomplish imposition by pointing and clicking
with your mouse from within Adobe Acrobat. Quite Imposing and Quite Imposing Plus
accept PDF files as input and generate PDF files as output.
Features include step-and-repeat, n-up, booklet making (creating saddle-stitched books),
adding sequential page numbers, re-sizing pages, re-positioning pages,
text stamping (adding arbitrary text), adding crop marks, cropping pages,
viewing bleeds, rotating pages, masking out text & graphics, and much more.
to get more information about Quite Imposing and Quite Imposing Plus.
Quite A Box Of Tricks is an Adobe Acrobat plug-in that lets you manipulate PDF
files and get detailed information about text and images in PDF files.
Features include conversion to CMYK or grayscale, shrinking images to reduce
PDF file size, thickening "hairlines," applying transformations,
integrating form fields with documents, converting all text to black, and more.
to get more information about Quite A Box Of Tricks.
Quite Revealing is an Adobe Acrobat plug-in that aims to show information that is
otherwise difficult to find out about a PDF document — information such as plates
used, transparency, overprinting and more. Quite Revealing can also fix some of
the more awkward problems that can arise — like differently named spot plates,
unwelcome transfer functions, or ICC profiles that don't belong.
to get more information about Quite Revealing.
About Citation Software
Citation Software Inc.
is a provider of products and services related to
electronic-publishing technology, particularly variable-data-printing/publishing
technology, on-demand-printing/publishing technology,
and PDF-based workflow systems. Based in Massachusetts, the company sells
"off-the-shelf" software products to end users; licenses
software-development kits to programmers; and offers consulting, development, and integration services.
Citation Software's product portfolio includes solutions for
variable-data printing/publishing, page imposition, PDF viewing,
dynamic creation & modification of PDF files, dynamic PDF form-filling,
address standardization & enhancement, print-stream transformation, and more.
About Quite Software
was founded in London, England in 1995 and relocated to the beautiful
Highlands of Scotland in 2000. The company established firm technical
roots in the PostScript community when it released its "PSAlter"
software (a development & debugging tool for PostScript programmers)
in the mid-1990s. In 1997, the company saw that PDF was
likely to be the wave of the future and began to create plug-ins
for Adobe Acrobat. Their first plug-ins were Quite Imposing and
Quite Imposing Plus. These
were followed by Quite A Box Of Tricks and, in 2002, Quite Revealing.
In addition to its headquarters in Scotland, Quite Software maintains
an office in San Diego, CA.