MD and Customer Service have gone for lunch, so it’s time for Engineering to get on the blog and crank out a badly worded and ill-informed press release full of crimes against verbs. Hold onto your browser.
Newspaper Club (London, United Kingdom & Glasgow, Glorious Independent Republic of Scotland), are pleased to announce the release of the next generation of PDF uploading.
This significant advancement will make it even easier to leverage the Newspaper Club printing platform, and seamlessly synergize your credit card with our state of the art Web-Site.
From today, all PDF files uploaded to Newspaper Club will be scanned by the unique PDF management solution before ordering. Valued customers will immediately receive a report detailing common issues, with helpful hints on how to resolve them going forward.
Common issues, such as fonts not embedded correctly, or the use of spot colours, will be highlighted in a simple report, indicating the page or the area in which they occur, allowing the customer to take action to resolve them, or to proceed regardless.
Anne Ward, Managing Director at Newspaper Club, noted, “Newspaper Club is a world leader in the uploading and ordering of PDFs for newspaper printing purposes, and this advance will cement our position at the top of the table.”
“The 1700 page PDF file specification has almost killed me, so this better be worth it”, mumbled Tom Taylor, Head of Engineering. “But I ask customers with any feedback about this valuable service to send it in, allowing us to action their comments.”
Newspaper Club’s commitment to and sponsorship of the innovative, open source, Ruby based, pdf-preflight gem will enable others to leverage their effort and contribute onward improvements.
About Newspaper Club:
Newspaper Club helps anyone make and print their own newspapers. Since 2009, Newspaper Club has printed more than a million newspapers, and in 2010, was the recipient of a Design Museum Designs of the Year award. Learn more at www.newspaperclub.com.