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CADzation, BALD Technologies Partnership Introduces Large, Specialized HD Touch Screens to the Blueprint Review Process

AcroPlot Matrix software by CADzation and LIQUID Displays from BALD Technologies provide tools to simplify electronic reviewing of blueprints with large format HD touch screens

MESA, Ariz., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CADzation Software, a company that provides industrial strength PDF and DWF software solutions to the global CAD marketplace, announced a joint-venture with BALD Technologies offering large size HD resolution touch screens that include AcroPlot Matrix software at a price point that is affordable and competitive. Each LIQUID Display will ship with a license of AcroPlot Matrix software which provides viewing, commenting, and printing for PDF, DWF, PLT, and TIFF file types. Unlike other PDF viewing solutions, AcroPlot Matrix includes the capabilities to open and view an extensive list of file formats used by architects, engineers, contractors, manufacturing, and military professionals. Using AcroPlot Matrix with a LIQUID Display allows companies to better manage blueprints and the notations recorded on them electronically. The displays are large enough to view blueprints without the need for excessive zooming and scrolling to find important information at a glance.

"We designed AcroPlot Matrix software specifically as a solution for viewing and commenting on blueprint size documents for AEC, manufacturing, and government professionals," said Rodney McManamy, President of CADzation Software. "Our partnership with BALD Technologies is win-win for their clients, because the product being delivered is a turnkey solution offering a nice large HD touch screen that drives our software beautifully and allows their clients to utilize the system with little or no training."  

"We did a lot of searching and evaluating of software applications in order to offer a software solution that complemented the LIQUID Display's high precision touch screen while meeting the needs of our clients," said David Fuller, President of BALD Technologies. "With the ease of use for commenting and markup, plus the ability to open an extensive list of file types, not just PDF files like Acrobat Reader, the value AcroPlot Matrix brings to the table is echoed every day in the positive comments and feedback we're receiving."

LIQUID Displays with AcroPlot Matrix software are available now at: http://www.baldtechnologies.com/liquid.php

21.5" LIQUID LD215(2), HD Display, $725 (Includes AcroPlot Matrix 1-Lic.)

32" LIQUID LD32(2), HD Display, $2199 (Includes AcroPlot Matrix 1-Lic.)

About AcroPlot Matrix Software

AcroPlot Matrix software enables you to easily view, comment, modify and print an extensive list of file types like PDF, DWF, TIFF, PLT, and more, that are associated with the architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing design workflows in today's business environment.

With a streamlined interface that makes it easy to use, yet very powerful, AcroPlot Matrix doesn't get in the way of getting work done. Users can quickly open and add comments or stamps to files, insert, reorder, rotate, or delete pages, and even merge various file types into a single PDF or DWF.  http://www.cadzation.com/products.htm

About CADzation Software, LLC.

CADzation is a leading supplier of software that strives to create and provide industrial strength PDF and DWF solutions for the global CAD marketplace. Since 2001, CADzation software makes it possible for companies to distribute design and product content, across internal and external systems to other users.

For more information visit  http://www.CADzation.com.

About BALD Technologies

BALD Technologies is specifically focused on portable, asset enhancing products that extend the capabilities of existing assets. Our products improve the process of visualizing, collaborating and documenting ideas.  http://www.baldtechnologies.com

Contact Information

William Munson
CADzation Software, LLC.
[email protected]
847.973.9460

"CADzation", "AcroPlot Pro", "AcroPlot Matrix" are trademarks of CADzation Software, LLC. "Adobe" and "Acrobat" are registered trademarks of Adobe, Inc. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks and are the property of their owners and are respectfully acknowledged.

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