Infowave, maker of the wildly popular and incredibly reliable PowerPrint line of products, has sold off their imagine division to Software 2000 Ltd. The company will continue to make Mac products under the new lable of Strydent Software Inc., which will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Software 2000. Strydent Software will continue to develope the PowerPrint line of products, which allow Mac users to successfully use nearly every printer ever manufactured by any company. According to Software 2000:
Infowave Software?s Imaging Division has been purchased from Infowave by Software 2000 Ltd, the world?s leading independent developer of device driver technology, to form Strydent Software Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Software 2000.
"Strydent Software will continue to develop retail and OEM printing solutions for the Apple? Macintosh? market," says Kevin Jampole, Strydent Software?s VP Sales & Marketing. "It?s business as usual for us. We have the same management team and staff moving forward. We?re really excited about growing our existing retail product line and introducing new products in the near future."
Strydent Software?s products include the award-winning PowerPrint? and StyleScript? printing products. Two new versions of these products, PowerPrint Mobile Edition and StyleScript 5.0, shipped this summer. PowerPrint Mobile Edition is the most convenient portable printing solution for Macintosh? users who travel with their iBook? or PowerBook?. StyleSript 5.0 adds Adobe PostScript 3 printing capabilities to the most popular Epson Stylus Color printers. Strydent Software and is working on some new products that it will to bring to market in 2001.
"We?re excited to be merging with Software 2000," says Robert Heath, Strydent Software?s President and CEO. "The businesses are a perfect fit and the new relationship benefits everyone, especially our customers who can look forward to some exciting new products. The companies? technical and marketing expertise compliment each other and together we can make both businesses even more successful than they are today."
You can find more information at the Strydent Software web site.