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BARTENDER SOFTWARE

June 2, 2014

Primera Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of specialty printers, has announced it is now providing Seagull Scientific’s award-winning BarTender software for label design and printing with many of its color label printers. BarTender is the world’s most trusted software for designing and printing labels, bar codes and more, the company says. Its four editions address a wide range of printing and marking products, from small, stand-alone printing environments at SMBs to large, automated printing infrastructures at large enterprises. The Primera LX400, LX900, RX900 and CX1000 Color Label Printers include the BarTender UltraLite Edition, which offers the most frequently used label design features, including most text, graphics, bar code and serializing capabilities. BarTender is the only advanced software for label design, printing and variable data, which supports the CX1000. Current owners of these Primera label printers can download the BarTender UltraLite software free from the support pages at www.primeralabel.com.

Primera Technology, Inc.
Plymouth, MN, USA
800-792-2772
www.primera.com

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