RIP into Savings this Month with Onyx Software Trade-ins and Upgrades | LexJet Blog

RIP into Savings this Month with Onyx Software Trade-ins and Upgrades

RIP software deals for large format inkjet printingOnyx has announced two great promotions good until Friday, March 16: A Competitive Trade-in and a Legacy Promotion for the latest versions of PosterShop and ProductionHouse, both of which you can cash in with a friendly LexJet customer specialist.

The Competitive Trade-in is offered for Caldera, SAi, Wasatch, ErgoSoft, Colorgate, EFI, Colorburst, VersaWorks, Onyx v4.x and Onyx v.5.x. With the trade-in of any of these RIP software packages you get $750 toward PosterShop and $1,500 toward ProductionHouse. You’ll need the dongle of the competitive product in order for the discount to be applied.

Save $1,200 by upgrading your Onyx 6.5 to X10. The Legacy Promotion is for ProductionHouse and PosterShop 6.5 users who would like to upgrade to X10 with a Premium Service Agreement (which includes phone support) for a promotional price of $1,295, a $1,200 savings. Onyx 6.5 users can upgrade with an Advantage Service Agreement for a promotional price of $995, a $1,200 savings as well.

For more information about these limited-time promotions, contact a LexJet account specialist at 800-453-9538. And, click here to see all of the Onyx X10 how-to videos at LexJet’s YouTube channel.

Also, check out these two new Smart Apps from Onyx:

  • PitStop Pro Plug In for Adobe Acrobat optimizes productivity by checking all aspects of PDF files. It detects and highlights file issues and automatically fixes errors in seconds. $699
  • Sign & Banner Plug In simplifies and accelerates the setup of signs and banners, reducing time and eliminating mistakes. $299

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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