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Digital Art Solutions receives Corel's 2007 Strategic Partner award
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May '08
Corel Corporation, a leading developer of graphics, productivity and digital media software, announced it has awarded Digital Art Solutions with its 2007 Strategic Partner Award.

Digital Art Solutions' industry-leading graphics system integrates with the award-winning CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, and Wilcom DecoStudio e1 (a CorelDRAW product), providing specialized digital art content and software for apparel or promotional product decoration, sign making, large format printing, and engraving.

The company received this honor for overall sales, and for increasing brand awareness within key industries. Corel will also begin selling Digital Art Solutions products online through the Corel eStore.

“We are excited and honored to receive Corel's Strategic Partner award for another year, as we greatly value our partnership with a company that has established itself as one of the world's leading graphics software providers,” said Craig Mertens, President and CEO of Digital Art Solutions. “We continue to see the value this partnership delivers to the imprinting industries, and look forward to continuing our work to provide trusted solutions to our customers.”

CorelDRAW Graphics Suite provides users with the tools, resources and confidence to tackle a wide variety of projects - from logos and Web graphics, to multipage brochures, to high impact signage and digital displays. The trusted choice of millions of professional and aspiring designers worldwide, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite is available for a suggested retail price of $429 US for the full version and $199 US for the upgrade.

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