Entitled PosterArtist 2009, the fourth version of the software features new design features intended to facilitate easier in-house poster production, as well as better quality.
"What this means is that in addition to the time and cost savings for large format print jobs that may previously have been outsourced, companies will be able to innovate and try new things," said Jeremy Plint, marketing manager of office imaging products at Canon Australia. "This in itself can lead to new creative and commercial opportunities."
The update also features more than 200 pre-designed templates, as well as over 1,500 royalty free images, clipart and backgrounds.
PosterArtist 2009 is available through Alloys, GBC, DES, Anitech and Canon's regional business partner channel.
Issue: 315 | May 2013
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