Pivotal Z to support Prestige Scheduler for Pace users

  • Tuesday, November 11, 2008 1:07pm
  • Business

Customer response drives ongoing availability

Bothell’s Pivotal Z, LLC, a consulting and software-development company providing Prestige Scheduler and other effective software solutions specifically designed for the printing industries, recently announced continuing availability and support of Prestige Scheduler for ePace customers in the aftermath of the recent EFI acquisition of the Pace Systems Group.

“We are pleased to be selected to provide and maintain this essential software,” commented Dennis Bremner, Pivotal Z president. “Pace ‘orphans’ of Prestige Scheduler have let us know that they value this product, and we plan to honor their requests by continuing to provide upgrades, training and better integration for Prestige Scheduler.”

Scheduling Technologies Limited, based in Auckland, New Zealand, developer of Prestige Scheduler, will continue its OEM agreement with Pace Systems Group (now EFI) through Dec. 31, at which point Pivotal Z will be the exclusive reseller provider in the U.S. and Canada.

“In the best interest of our customers, Scheduling Technologies has negotiated a clean break from its agreement with Pace, and we are very happy that Pivotal Z will be providing ongoing support for Prestige Scheduler,” added Chris Ashman, owner of Scheduling Technologies Ltd. and principal developer of Prestige Scheduler. “We encourage our users to contact Pivotal Z as soon as convenient to register their interest.”

Although Pace customers were limited to version 4.6 of Prestige Scheduler, Pivotal Z will provide version 5.1 or newer releases, with extended capabilities.

Contact the company at www.PivotalZ.com or call (425) 481-9345.

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