Racad Tech Introduces GoPrint2 an Alternative Software for The Graphics Industry That Already Meets Security & Privacy Issues Addressed in FTC Complaint Against Dropbox

According to Wired.com, an FTC complaint filed by a prominent security researcher and Ph.D. student, Christopher Soghoian, reveals the popular online storage system called Dropbox has deceived its users about the security and encryption of its services. Dropbox has told its users that their files were encrypted so that Dropbox employees could not see the contents of user files. Additional published data on the Dropbox Blog proved that Dropbox employees can in fact see the contents of user files, putting users at risk of rogue Dropbox employees, outside organizations, and government searches.

Racad Tech’s GoPrint2, a niche competitor of Dropbox in the graphics industry, utilizes multiple measures of security to instill customer confidence. This new standard in FTP and file transfer services, ensures files are encrypted during the transfer, providing traditional secure socket layers. While other online storage companies grant their employees full access to encryption keys due to architectural choices aimed at saving money on storage space, GoPrint2 simply spends more on storage space in order to keep their promise of total security.

In addition to encryption and HTTPS protocol practices, Racad Tech has enabled users to utilize GoPrint2 technology while storing files in their own FTP and FTPS protocol. This way, users can use GoPrint2 without actually having to store files on Racad Tech servers, giving users the option of added security and peace of mind.

The GoPrint2 upload and send technology is utilized in Racad Tech’s other web-to-print technologies that cater to the graphics industry. It is used by some of the largest print chains in the world, including Kwik Kopy in Canada and Snap Printing in Australia. GoPrint2 is also commercially used in the graphics industry across the globe and recognized by OEM’s such as Xerox. It enjoys wide acceptance in countries such as Argentina and Uruguay, due to its multi-lingual interface.

“GoPrint2’s web-based solutions have given our company a value-added service that keeps us steps ahead of our competition”, says Carlos Egea, President of Tecnomax, S.A., distributor of Xerox Uruguay. “The GoPrint2 solution has also helped us maintain flexibility in security and customer loyalty by placing our branded dropbox onto our customers’ computers, facilitating their print ordering and proofing process.”

Racad Tech Inc.

 www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech, Inc. is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. With industry expertise, cutting edge technology, and proven solutions, Racad is able to offer innovative software that meets the needs of clients and their customers. Racad’s recent developments include web-to-print software services for the graphics and print industry. Their web-based products are also appropriate and affordable for a variety of other industries and businesses, regardless of their size.

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

Racad Tech’s Innovative Web-to-Print Software Solution for Printers has Launched Distribution Efforts in The UK via Transeo Media

Toronto, May 19, 2011 – Over the last decade, Racad Tech has been helping print companies like Print Three add real value to their business. The success of Racad Tech’s suite of web-to-print solutions – Web To Print Technology, powered by Go ePower – will now be felt in the UK with the partnership of technology distribution company, Transeo Media.

Transeo Media is a technology distribution company servicing the United Kingdom and Ireland. It offers a dynamic range of innovative software solutions, consultancy, and specialist media to the digital print, marketing, and photo finishing markets. The business was established in 2007 by Neil Bather and James Gray with one aim: to provide business owners with solutions that engender customer growth, loyalty, volume, and profitability. Its core values embody mutual business growth through flexible and robust solutions with a key focus on customer service. Prior to the establishment of Transeo Media, the directors gained extensive industry experience in the pre-sales, sales, and technical post-sales deployment of leading graphic arts solutions that have been a contributory factor in the success of the UK print industry today. Their UK head office is located in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, with satellite offices in the Midlands and the South.

“When we started looking to add to our product portfolio, we already understood the B2B web-to-print market.  We wanted to revisit it, except we could not find the right solution – until we met Racad Tech” says Bather. “Our commercial and technical teams understand what customers need from a solution. When we asked our technical manager to look at Racad Tech’s Web To Print Technology (W2P Tech), powered by Go ePower, web-to-print software, we were delighted with his report. It ticked all our boxes from a features angle and offered much more. The W2P Tech customer benefit is a robust fully featured web-to-print system with an affordable flexible SaaS business model.”

Racad Tech has serviced print businesses in Canada, the U.S., and Australia with a proven track record of launching innovative products to new markets. The management team at Racad Tech is fully confident in moving forward in the UK and Ireland.

“We understand that selling technology goes hand in hand with providing excellent customer technical support.” Bather continues. “Over the years, Transeo Media has grown a solid reputation in the market for the ongoing support levels offered. We have both office-based and field-based support staff to offer local responsive support. At Transeo Deploying a solution is far more than selling a license. We can offer the full package, including business building consultancy, to ensure the investment starts on the right track from day one.”

Racad Tech

www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. With industry expertise, cutting edge technology, and proven solutions, Racad is able to offer innovative software that meets the needs of clients and their customers. Racad’s recent developments include web-to-print software services for the graphics and print industry. Their web-based products are also appropriate and affordable for a variety of other industries and businesses, regardless of their size.

Transeo Media

 www.transeomedia.com

Transeo Media is the leading UK supplier of cross media software. It has recently added the new web-to-print product, Web To Print Technology (W2P Tech), powered by Go ePower, to their portfolio. W2P Tech is a product from Canadian software company Racad Tech. It offers print businesses with a rich template solution and a ready-to-go e-commerce site for those who want to trade quickly and lack the resource to build from scratch.

Racad Tech Wins The Best Of The Best Award At The 2010 Annual XMPie Users Group Conference In Orlando Florida For Their Highly Personalized Variable Marketing Solution

Toronto, Ontario, October 7, 2010 – Web-to-print specialists, Racad Tech  is the proud recipient of the 2010 XMPie “Best of The Best” award for their interactive , direct marketing solution created for client, AlphaGraphics. The personalized variable marketing campaign was designed to collect AlphaGraphics clients’ demographic information and promote its print capabilities. This demonstrated how powerful and unique cross-media campaigns are , while conveying how it can positively benefit a brand.

Recipients of the cross-media campaign were sent personalized calendars which directed past and current clients to visit a uniquely personalized website using Racad’s technology. Users were to register for a promotional gift and fill out a questionnaire, relating to printing habits, that would be used for future sales efforts. Not only did this cross-media marketing initiate new business for the company, the results gathered via Racad Tech’s software respectively earned a 13.5% response rate. This is the clients most successful direct marketing campaign to date.

The four day conference brought together industry leaders who offer variable data printing and personalized one-to-one direct marketing services and fostered dialogue between XMPie, its partners, and the user community. The contest entries were judged on degree of innovation, use of multi-channel communication technology, data integration, business effectiveness and measurement, overall aesthetics, and degree of XMPie use.

“Racad is honored to accept the XMPie ‘Best of The Best’ award and we are extremely pleased with the success it brought Alphagrahics”, said Boaz Willinger, VP of business development, Racad Tech. “I would also like to thank the creative team at Eden Advertising & Interactive for the designs they produced for both the calendar mailing and the personalized webpage designs. This combined effort truly demonstrates the power of Racad’s technology and 1-to-1 direct marketing”

Racad’s innovative variable 1-to-1 marketing technology previously powered four winning campaigns which included silver awards for both Direct Mail Marketing and Cross Channel & Digital Marketing at the 2009 National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) Marketing Awards.

Racad Tech

www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. Racad’s development specialties include software services for the web-to-print industry. Their solutions power some of the most well known brands in the print industry. Racad’s web-to-print solutions are web-based products hailed for their ease of use, accessibility, and affordability. Racad’s suite of products covers the spectrum of web-to-print solutions required for graphic arts and print companies of any size. Their products include: FTP and PDF print drivers for printers at www.goprint2.comwww.FTPPrint.com and GoSendEx.com. Easy 1-to-1 marketing portals are available at www.fingerprintpics.com and www.myvdprint.com. Their flagship web-to-print engine is available through www.goepower.com.

XMPie

www.xmpie.com

XMPie, a business-unit of Xerox Corporation, is the leading provider of software for cross-media, variable data one-to-one marketing. Its solutions help businesses create and manage highly effective cross-media campaigns, leveraging their market and customer information to achieve dramatic returns on their marketing investments.

AlphaGraphics, Inc.

www.alphagraphics.com

AlphaGraphics, Inc. plans, produces, and manages visual communications for businesses at nearly 300 owner-operated, locally-based business centres worldwide. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, the AlphaGraphics network leads the industry in sales per location. Backed by state-of-the-art technology, the world’s highest quality standards and a global network, the company’s trained and experienced team members are committed to delivering creative solutions that allow customers to communicate more confidently and effectively.

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

Racad Tech Sells 155 Fingerprintpics Licences To Snap Franchising Ltd The Largest Print Network In Australia

Toronto, September 13, 2010 – Racad Tech announced the sale of 155 FingerPrintPics licences to Australia’s Snap Franchising Ltd. Containing ready-to-go marketing materials, the FingerPrintPics.com marketing portal enables licensees to immediately promote 1-to-1 variable data marketing collaterals to their customer base and sell effective ready-made personalized direct marketing solutions to business clients.

As one of the most recognized print service providers in Australia, Snap dominates the market with close to 150 locations in Australia. Snap extends its presence internationally with locations in Asia and Europe. Snap launched Snap Direct, a branded FingerPrintPics marketing portal, at the 2010 conference. Snap Direct, developed by Racad Tech, offers captivating ready-made 1-to-1 postcards, calendars, invitations, and marketing solutions. The solution utilizes image personalization that creates recipient intrigue generating higher response rates than regular marketing pieces. Using Racad’s FingerPrintPics 1-to-1 marketing solution, every Snap franchise location can easily compete in the 1-to-1 print market space. In addition, the FingerPrintPics solution reduces creative and programming costs enabling the Snap owners to market this new service to their customers immediately with ease and minimal set-up costs.

Boaz Willinger, VP of business development for Racad Tech, attended the Snap Conference in Australia to demonstrate and launch Snap Direct. “Snap is a very innovative and progressive print franchise organization. They are truly leaders in their market. It was amazing to meet with franchise owners who understand the importance of leading the way with new technologies such as the FingerPrintPics 1-to-1 marketing solution. So far the feedback from Snap has been overwhelmingly positive. Many centres began using the product the very next day. We look forward to seeing how Snap’s clients respond to Snap Direct,” said Willinger.

“Doing business with Racad has been a great experience. The product is excellent. The service and professionalism from Racad has been outstanding.” said Lidia D’Opera, group manager for marketing, Snap. “I am certain that Snap Direct will give us the leading edge we continually strive for in the print industry and bring new revenue to our franchisees.”

Racad Tech

www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. Racad’s development specialties include software services for the web-to-print industry. Their solutions powers some of the most well known brands in the print industry. Racad’s web-to-print solutions are web-based products hailed for their ease of use, accessibility, and affordability. Racad’s suite of products covers the spectrum of web-to-print solutions required for graphic arts and print companies of any size. Their products include: FTP and PDF print drivers for printers at www.goprint2.comwww.FTPPrint.com and GoSendEx.com. Easy 1-to-1 marketing portals are available at www.fingerprintpics.com and www.myvdprint.com. Their flagship web-to-print engine is available through www.goepower.com.

Snap

www.snap.com.au

Snap is at the forefront of industry trends. It introduces new technology to improve turnaround times and print quality. Snap is Australia’s largest printing services franchise network. Australian owned, Snap has 147 centres in Australia, and 36 in China, Ireland, and New Zealand. It employs more than 1,000 people across Australia and was recently named joint winner of the Insync Surveys Advocacy Award and runner up in the Best Employer (small, 25-50 employees in WA) category.

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

Racad Tech Announces The Release Of Fingerprintpics.Com – A New 1-To-1 Marketing Portal That Allows For The Creation Of Uniquely Personalized Print Products

Toronto, April 20, 2009 – Racad Tech, a leading provider of internet-based solutions, announced today that it has released a new 1-to1 marketing portal called FingerPrintPics.com that allows for the creation of uniquely personalized print materials. This marketing portal allows printers, advertising agencies, marketing companies, and corporate America to create personalized marketing collateral and print pieces that have proven to increase response rates and gain greater return on investment (ROI) on marketing dollars spent.

FingerPrintPics.com contains over 500 unique customizable images that are already designed into tasteful and useful marketing postcards, personalized calendars, and specialty products such as greeting cards and invitations. Upon signing up, licensees of FingerPrintPics get their own branded online image gallery where their clients are able to select from a large variety of categorized print images. With the simple click of a mouse, customers can upload and merge a database and logo into the system that will automatically provide them with ready-to-print personalized PDFs of their selected print pieces.

In addition, the FingerPrintPics.com marketing portal contains ready-to-go marketing collaterals for the licensees, enabling them to immediately promote their new value added service to their customer base.

“With the increasing challenges and obstacles taking place in the telemarketing industry as well as in our over advertised world, Racad Tech has developed a 1-to-1 marketing portal that can help companies generate much needed revenue,” says Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech. “We have therefore eliminated the need and heavy expense of designers, programmers, and ad agencies to create comparable marketing and creative pieces available through the FingerPrintPics marketing portal.”

With over 500 unique images, FingerPrintPics.com has the largest customizable image gallery in the industry. Racad Tech plans to double its selection of images to over 1,000 pieces by the end of 2009.

FingerPrintPics

 www.fingerprintpics.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. With our industry expertise, cutting edge technology, and proven solutions, we are able to offer innovative software that meet the needs of our clients and their customers. Our recent developments include software services for the web-to-print industry. Our web-based products are also appropriate and affordable for a variety of other industries and businesses, regardless of their size.

RACAD Tech Inc.

 www.racadtech.com

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

Racad Tech, Inc. Announces The Release Of Gosendexpress.Com – An Affordable File Transfer Solution For Multiple Industries.

Toronto, November 24, 2008 – Racad Tech, a leading provider of internet-based solutions, announced today that it has released the GoSendExpress.com file transfer tool, a software that enables businesses and individuals to send and receive digital files without file size limitation. This web application will benefit graphic artists, printers, publishers, photographers, film editors, and advertising agencies that are seeking a file transfer solution for extremely large files.

“It’s a perfect tool for submitting photo files, PowerPoint presentations, video files, large documents or any type of file in its native application,” said Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech.  “Whether you’re a corporation, business or an individual, GoSendExpress.com will enable you to send and receive files securely without having to rely on FTP servers, overnight couriers or email attachments.”

GoSendExpress.com allows companies to maintain their corporate identity by offering a customizable file upload interface/website, so that it is easy to recognize and familiar to its customers. The GoSendExpress.com file transfer solution is easy to use, quick to install, and is currently offered as a free service.

Mr. James added that, “with GoSendExpress.com, interrupted files will no longer be problematic as they will continue to resume transferring from point of interruption. The GoSendExpress.com file transfer solution includes the capability to convert files into PDF via the Internet.”

Racad Tech

 www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. Recent developments include software services for the web-to-print industry with their highly popular and affordable file transfer system for printers and graphic artists. Visit www.goprint2.com.

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

GoPrint2.com Announces The Launch Of Its Web PDF Engine, The Future Of PDF Conversion Software Via The Web

Toronto, November 18, 2008 – GoPrint2.com, a leading provider of internet-based file transfer solutions for the print and graphic arts industry, announced today that it has released their Web PDF Engine module, a PDF conversion engine that enables a printer’s customers to convert files into PDF format via the web. The universal PDF format is crucial in preventing discrepancies between the customer’s expectations and the print shop’s results. Without PDF conversions, font and color choices may appear differently upon printing, which require tedious reprocessing to render correctly.

These PDF conversion capabilities are currently available through the GoPrint2 web upload portal. This is one of the many modules available through the GoPrint2.com suite of introductory web-to-print solutions.

“We have experienced great success with our custom generated print driver. With the addition of the new Web PDF Engine module, printers can now experience greater success by catering to their larger clients,” said Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech. “Rigid IT rules at larger companies that do not allow the installation of external software onto their company’s system will not pose a problem with our new module. GoPrint2.com has created a process that allows clients to access the power of PDF conversion technology over the internet. GoPrint2.com’s Web PDF Engine circumvents the need for clients to download and install any external programs by accessing our PDF drivers on our servers.”

Mr. James emphasizes that, “the GoPrint2 Web PDF Engine is powered by next-generation technologies, offers superior accuracy, better ease of use and can convert the most commonly used file formats in the print industry, including, but not limited to, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and the Microsoft Office suite. For a free demonstration of this innovative technology, we at GoPrint2 welcome all printers and graphic artists to visit us at Print World 2008 from November 22 to 24 at booth #845.”

Racad Tech

 www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. With our industry expertise, cutting edge technology and proven solutions, we are able to offer innovative software that meets the needs of our clients and their customers. Our recent developments include software services for the web-to-print industry. Our web-based products are also appropriate and affordable for a variety of other industries and businesses, regardless of their size.

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

Goprint2.Com Creates A New Standard In FTP And File Transfer Services For The Print And Graphic Arts Industries

Toronto, November 12th, 2008 – After having launched their web-accessible custom print driver for the print industry on April 7, 2008, Racad Tech, a leading provider of internet-based solutions, has evolved their GoPrint2 service into a composite suite of web-to-print solutions. Included in this suite is the new file transfer capability available via the GoPrint2 FTP replacement module.

“The GoPrint2 FTP replacement module is an affordable solution that will help printers handle large files from clients without the overhead of buying FTP servers or expensive FTP services,” said Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech. The new features include dynamically generated file upload pages that display the printer’s store information. Printers will now have the option to facilitate file transfers to their own FTP servers or have GoPrint2.com store the files for them.

Mr. James emphasizes that “GoPrint2.com is an ideal solution for independent print businesses such as digital shops, sign shops, trade printers and in-plant operations alike. Print providers and their customers are aware of the obstacles associated with sending extremely large files. Using FTP servers can be very limiting, expensive, time consuming and will require system administration. GoPrint2.com eliminates the expenses and limitations of FTP servers or standard FTP services by gearing their service to the web-to-print market.”

Racad Tech, the company behind the technology, is currently offering this technology for free to gauge the effectiveness and popularity in the print community. They anticipate offering the service at a discounted rate to those who sign up and use it in the earlier stages of the GoPrint2 launch. The company will be evaluating their pricing model in 2009. The GoPrint2 FTP replacement modules can be accessed through the website, www.goprint2.com. This solution is also available in Spanish and French.

RacadTech

 www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. With our industry expertise, cutting edge technology, and proven solutions we are able to offer innovative software that meet the needs of our clients and their customers. Our recent developments include software services for the web-to-print industry. Our web-based products are also appropriate and affordable for a variety of other industries and businesses, regardless of their size.

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Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this fact sheet may contain information about the company’s future business prospects. These statements may be considered “forward looking” and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results that differ materially from those set forth or implied by such forward looking statements.

Racad’s GoPrint2 Print Driver Poised To Change The Way Printers Do Business Online

Innovative, revolutionary software eliminates many of the obstacles associated with traditional methods of processing jobs.

In a way, it’s like having your own print shop located in the business offices of every one of your clients. It’s also a very clever way to promote your services online without lifting a finger.

In April of this year, Racad Tech (www.racadtech.com), a leading provider of internet-based solutions and developer of cutting-edge software for the web-to-print industry, launched GoPrint2, an online custom-branded print driver designed to streamline the processing of orders.

The technology represents substantial time and cost savings for printers and promotion of their overall business.

“Print service providers are well aware of the obstacles and bottlenecks when it comes to receiving, preflighting, approving, proofing and sending out jobs,” says Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech.

“Our software is really a breakthrough in helping them save substantial time and money by streamlining job processing. There really is no such tool on the market today. It’s definitely a new way of doing business online, one we feel offers huge benefits to small, medium-sized, and large printers alike.”

The technology itself is really quite fascinating. In fact, it places some of the responsibility for job processing on the client – if you call pressing a few buttons actual work.

Client-installed

When the GoPrint2 print driver is installed by one of your clients, that same client can send files directly to you just by pressing “print.”

When he or she does this, GoPrint2 automatically creates a print-ready PDF and opens a proof window for your client to view. Once the client approves the document on the screen, the job is submitted directly to you without the need for a separate submission tool. It’s almost as if the client was printing to his or her own desktop printer at work, except that the file is sent directly to you in an instant. An automatic e-mail verification is sent to the client. All you need to do is the printing.

“All a client really needs to do is press a few buttons and then go and pick up his or her printed product,” says Ney Bendayan, vice president of operations, Racad Tech. “This is also an ideal way to create an effective webfront that isn’t going to cost a printer a fortune. The best thing about it is that the software can be completely personalized. Printers can incorporate whatever they want – their contact information, e-mail, logo, FTP details, overall design, etc. – in real time. This is additional promotion for a printer’s online business,” he adds.

From a marketing point of view, this is a tremendous benefit. As each printer registers and provides their company name and other details, the information is integrated seamlessly into the GoPrint2 software. The personalized company information is attached to each product they produce, thereby promoting the printer online at the same time. The company information can also be updated in real time. There are no up-front costs because there are no installations, monthly, or licensing fees.

“E-enabling graphic communications companies and printers, regardless of size, is not an option. It’s a necessity,” says James. “Right now, many print service providers have been hesitant to adopt web-to-print technologies because of the cost, time investment, and IT knowledge traditionally associated with these solutions. This driver gives printers a simple, easy-to-use, and affordable solution.”

Accommodating Large Files

Recent updates of the GoPrint2 tool include a desktop icon used for file submission to a desired print producer. The icon, sitting directly on the user’s desktop, continuously promotes the business through its customizability, and features a “drag and drop” option. In other words, clients simply drag their files into the destination box, and within seconds of approval, the job is delivered to their chosen printer. The difference between the “drag and drop” option and the print driver, is that the desktop icon feature allows native file formatted documents to be sent to the printer, and accommodates any file size.

“Having our company’s icon (shortcut) right on my customer’s desktop, has benefited both of us tremendously,” says Isaac Osiel, owner of Source Imaging in Toronto.

“Sometimes I need to receive files in their native format. This feature also gave me the exposure I needed and the communication piece necessary to facilitate file submissions. I found it so convenient that I’ve also told my suppliers to utilize this feature.”

One printer that definitely wasn’t hesitant about incorporating this new technology, and is currently reaping the benefits, is the Print Three chain, one of Canada’s largest print providers.

“We chose the GoPrint2 driver because it gave us everything we needed. It was easy to set up and it gave us at Print Three a branded way to further tie our customers to us,” says Nick Daunt, director of major accounts & e-commerce.

“We branded our GoPrint2 driver, ‘Print It @ Print Three’. Nowadays, Print Three customers across Canada have a direct Print Three branded link to their preferred Print Three centre on their own computer. No more struggling with converting to a format the store can use, finding out if the e-mail attachment ever got to the store, and if there were any problems with the file.

Our customers expect quick, high quality turnaround of their work. In a busy shop, it may take an operator several minutes, if not hours, to open and assess a file remotely submitted by a customer. Using ‘Print It @ Print Three’ in conjunction with our custom FTP web-to-print solution, the file gets to us securely every time. Because of the built-in preflight capability, the customer is notified of any issues or problems with the file even before our print centre knows about it.

The truth is, we believe that having this branded space integrated into our customers’ everyday desktop workspace is priceless. We always seek to position our technology tools as ‘smart’ ways to enhance efficiency for our customers. We make it easier to do business with Print Three smart document centres.

Our tag line is ‘The Intelligent Way to Do Business’. We think that investing in the GoPrint2 print driver was an extremely cost-effective way to push this message and deliver additional value to our customers,” he concludes.

OEM Licensing Agreements With Xerox Uruguay And Gravent S.A. Argentina

Besides Print Three, Racad Tech signed two international OEM license agreements to distribute GoPrint2 drivers in May 2008. One was with Gravent S.A. in Argentina, the largest paper distributor in South America, and the other with Xerox Uruguay. Both companies saw the added value to their companies through the effectiveness of the product and the continuous promotion of their companies through the customizable print driver. Racad has similar agreements in the works.

Currently, Racad is offering a free 30-day trial to companies interested in the software. You can download your customizable print driver now and send it to your clients at no expense. The GoPrint2 print driver can be accessed at www.goprint2.com. It is also available in Spanish.

GoPrint2 Print Driver – Summary Of Benefits:

  • No costly set-up or installation fees
  • No monthly or licensing fees
  • Improved client relationship by being on your clients’ computers
  • You’re just a click away from receiving printing orders
  • Stand-alone system that’s simple to install and extremely easy to use
  • Online proofing eliminates expensive color proof outputting and delivery costs
  • Hosted at a tier IV facility for added security at no extra cost
  • Online technical support for both you and your clients
  • You only pay if a customer uses it
  • Fully compatible with both Mac and Windows applications
  • Free 30-day trial

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Racad Tech Signed An OEM License Agreement With Gravent S.A. To Distribute The GoPrint2 Print Driver In Argentina

Toronto, May 5, 2008 – Racad Tech, a leading provider of internet-based solutions, announced today that it has signed an OEM license agreement with Gravent S.A, the largest distributor of paper in South America, to distribute the GoPrint2 print driver to Argentina’s graphic and print market.

“This license agreement further demonstrates the need of OEMs to offer value-added web-based solutions to their client base. This will make their clients more efficient and profitable in their print and graphics businesses” said Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech. “This is the second distribution license agreement that Racad has signed in the South American market. It is our goal to establish the GoPrint2 print driver as an industry standard in the print and graphics marketplace world wide”.

“The GoPrint2 print driver is a tool that will help our client base maintain customer loyalty and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace. They can achieve this by placing their custom branded print driver on their customers’ computers and facilitating the print ordering and proofing process. Additionally, offering this web-based solution to our clients gives our commodity-based business a competitive edge and value-added service that will keep our business steps ahead of our competition”, said Guillermo Leonson, president of Gravent S.A.

The GoPrint2 print driver is currently available in English and Spanish. Visit www.goprint2.com.

Racad Tech

 www.racadtech.com

Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. With our industry expertise, cutting edge technology, and proven solutions we are able to offer innovative software that meet the needs of our clients and their customers. Our recent developments include software services for the web-to-print industry. Our web-based products are also appropriate and affordable for a variety of other industries and businesses, regardless of their size.

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