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Print Audit 6 Attains Windows 7 Compatibility

30 Sep, 2009

Print Audit 6 Attains Windows 7 Compatibility


Calgary, Alberta (September 2009) – Print Audit, the print management company, has announced that the newest version of Print Audit 6 is fully compatible with the Windows 7 operating system. With the release of Print Audit 6.1.1, organizations can track and control printing that originates from applications running on Windows 7.

“Offering Windows 7-compatible products is a part of our commitment to provide our customers with the greatest tracking accuracy and support in the industry,” said John MacInnes, President and CEO of Print Audit. “We are pleased to be able to announce Windows 7 compatibility before the new operating system is released.”

Print Audit 6 is a suite of print management products that can be used to uncover document creation inefficiencies, enforce printing rules and recover expenses from clients or users. Consisting of Print Audit Analysis, Rules, and Recovery, the solution has saved end-users $150 million in printing costs since 1999 and saves 190,000 trees each year.

Those using a version of Print Audit 6 prior to 6.1.1 can upgrade to the newest version for free to achieve Windows 7 compatibility. To learn more about Print Audit, please visit www.printaudit.com

About Print Audit:

Established in 1999 and headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Print Audit is the fastest growing print management company in the world. By providing businesses with innovative and practical print management software solutions, the company has helped customers recapture over $150 million in printing and photocopying expenses while saving an estimated 190,000 trees a year. Print Audit has offices located in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada and the United States.




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