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Oce Announces New Productivity Enhancements for Oce Repro Desk(R) Server 1.6 Workflow Automation Software

Oce Announces New Productivity Enhancements for Oce Repro Desk(R) Server 1.6 Workflow Automation Software

CHICAGO, April 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oce , a global leader in digital document management and delivery systems, today announced the immediate availability of an upgrade to its Oce Repro Desk(R) Server software. Customers operating on Oce Repro Desk Server 1.X and Oce Repro Desk 4.X platforms can now upgrade to Oce Repro Desk Server 1.6.5. Oce Repro Desk Server software enables commercial reprographers to connect their print shops electronically with their AEC customers and streamline workflow from design desktop to digital print room.

Key benefits and features of this release include: -- New device support - Oce Repro Desk Server 1.6.5 now provides support for the new Oce TDS700 and the Oce TDS320 printers. Also, Oce Repro Desk Scan Server support has been added for the Oce TDS450. Oce Repro Desk Server continues to support other Oce printers. -- Oce Client Tools(TM) 1.6.5 - A new version of Oce Client Tools software is now available and can be downloaded at no charge from http://www.oceusa.com/ClientTools . This release of Oce Client Tools incorporates the latest Autodesk(R) support mentioned below.

Oce Client Tools software continues to help users simplify printing by making digital print job submission fast, easy, reliable and secure and will help architects and designers:

-- Eliminate the need to create plot files -- Save time by batch processing AutoCAD(R) DWF and DWG(TM) files -- Reduce mistakes and waste by enabling digital file previewing of exactly what will be printed, avoiding the need to print check plots -- AutoCAD 2006 support - Support is now available in both Oce Repro Desk Server and Oce Client Tools 1.6.5 for AutoCAD 2006. Additionally, Oce Client Tools 1.6.5 is backwards compatible and will support printing to any 1.6 version of the Oce Repro Desk Server. Also, support is now available for Autodesk Land Desktop 2006, which previously has not been supported. -- DWF Design Web Format processing - DWF processing is supported better than ever via an updated Autodesk toolkit.

Companies interested in upgrading to Oce Repro Desk Server 1.6.5 can call 800-714-4427.

About Oce

Oce is a leading provider of digital document management technology and services. The company's solutions are based on Oce's advanced software applications that deliver documents and data over internal networks and the Internet to printing devices and archives -- locally and around the world. Supporting the workflow solutions are Oce digital printers and scanners, considered the most reliable and productive in the world. Oce also offers a wide range of display graphics, consulting and outsourcing solutions.

Oce employs around 24,000 people, with 2006 annual revenues of approximately $4 billion, operates in approximately eighty countries and maintains research and manufacturing centers in the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Belgium, the Czech Republic, and Romania. Oce North America is headquartered in Trumbull, CT, with additional business units in Chicago, IL; New York City; Boca Raton, FL; Salt Lake City, UT; Coventry, RI; and Vancouver, BC. North American revenues were $1.7 billion for fiscal 2006, and employment is currently 11,000. For more information about Oce, visit http://www.oceusa.com/ . Outside the U.S., consult http://www.oce.com/ .

"Repro Desk," "Oce Power Logic" and the "Oce" logo are registered trademarks, and "Oce Client Tools" is a trademark of Oce-Technologies B.V.

"Autodesk" and "AutoCAD" are registered trademarks, and "DWG" is a trademark of Autodesk, Inc.

Oce

CONTACT: Stacy Greenberg, Outlook Marketing Services,
+1-847-465-8700 x 19, or [email protected] ; or Karen Fitt, Oce
North America, Inc, +1-773-714-4664, or [email protected]

Web site: http://www.oceusa.com/
http://www.oce.com/

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