When the State University of New York at New Paltz replaced older Xerox and Ricoh printers with a Ricoh pro C7210 color printer and a Ricoh pro C8210 black-and-white printer in February, not only did productivity increase, new in-line binding features may launch the in-plant into new lines of work.
When Kohler Co. Printing Services traded its two iGen4s for a pair of Xerox iGen 5s, each with the 26˝ sheet option, the main motivation, says Christopher Donlon, was to improve quality. But how much better can the quality be?
During the ACUP annual conference this week, in New Haven, Conn., Rochester Software Associates debuted a new release of its WebCRD Web-to-print software, which includes security updates and additional capabilities and features to add VDP services.
Pushing its dealers to avoid complacency and prepare for the workplace of the future, Konica Minolta Business Solutions put numerous advanced technologies on display at its dealer conference this week, including its latest digital printing devices.
As one of the first in-plants in higher education to install a Xerox Iridesse production press, Fairfield University's in-plant is attracting positive attention by enhancing print pieces with metallic gold, silver and clear dry ink.
Xerox Global Imaging Systems (GIS) will be rebranded Xerox Business Solutions (XBS). XBS is a leading provider of business technology solutions.
OKI exhibited their full line of Digital Transfer Printers, including the newest addition to the product portfolio – the Pro9541WT.
The Pro Series MX-8090N Color Document System from Sharp Imaging will be configured with the high-powered MX-PE13 EFI Fiery Print Server featuring the latest FS300 Pro platform when it makes its appearance at an upcoming trade show.
Xanté announced that it has been recognized with Red Hot Technology awards for three of its newest products. "The hard work and creativity of our designers is paying off,” said Robert Ross, President and CEO of Xanté.
From stunning metallic output to batch personalization capabilities, Xerox’s latest graphic communications innovations connect the physical and digital to give print providers the tools to set themselves apart from their competition. This innovation has snagged Xerox seven RED HOT Technology Recognitions.
For Minnkota Power Cooperative Print & Mail Services, the switch from offset to digital a few years ago was the best thing the in-plant could have done. However, after years of wear and tear, the in-plant needed a new solution.
In-plants do much more than “just” print. Many provide variable data, text messaging, email and social media services. If customers don’t know this, they may be bringing the print component of campaigns to your in-plant and handing off the other deliverables, to other departments/outside resources. That approach fragments messaging, compromising color consistency and campaign effectiveness.
Like any school district, Deer Valley Unified School District spent a significant amount of its financial resources to purchase textbooks. To reduce this spending, the Phoenix-based district challenged its in-plant to employ innovative thinking to maximize the district's education dollars. Its solution has saved millions.
Konica Minolta has announced the anticipated Beta installation of the KM-1 digital inkjet press in Europe.