Print Audit 5 Obtains Both Windows XP and Mac OS X Certification28 Aug, 2006
Print Audit 5 Obtains Both Windows XP and Mac OS X Certification
Calgary, Alberta – Print Audit, a leading print management software developer, announced that Print Audit 5 is the first print management solution to obtain both Microsoft Windows XP and Mac OS X certification.
Print Audit 5 is a comprehensive, client-based tracking solution that is used to analyze, reduce and recover costs associated with printing and plotting. The program can track printing to all networked, local and direct to IP printers. It is designed to operate on all 32-bit Windows Operating Systems as well as Mac OS X 10.3.9 and above.
Microsoft Designed for Windows XP logo certification is the most effective way to identify software products that work well with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system. In order to receive Designed for Windows XP logo certification, Print Audit 5 was required to pass compliance testing according to the Designed for Windows XP application specifications.
Print Audit 5 Mac has also been Mac OS X logo and Mac OS X Universal logo certified. The Mac OS X logo enables easy identification of software products and peripherals developed specifically to run on Mac OS X. To receive the Mac OS X logo certification, applications must be compatible with Mac OS X version 10.0 or later and must run natively on Mac OS X without any dependencies on the Mac Classic environment. To obtain Mac OS X Universal certification, applications must run reliably on both Intel and PowerPC based Mac computers.
"Building dependable, customer driven products has always been a top priority for Print Audit," said John MacInnes, President and CEO of Print Audit. "These certifications will provide our customers with further assurance that our products have been thoroughly tested to meet and exceed the standards specified by Microsoft and Apple."