Submitted by: Kevin Horey, vice president, production product marketing
As we move into the second quarter of the year, we’re seeing savvy print service providers shift from cutting costs to smart spending. The right technology investments can help you do more in less time, keep existing customers happy and expand into new markets and grow your client base. And ultimately, pay big dividends in the long run. If you’re a commercial or in-plant print provider or marketing communications firms, you know how important it is to add more value to each page you print.
Our new Xerox Color 800/1000 presses, announced today at On Demand in Philadelphia, print at 80 or 100 pages-per-minute, respectively. They print high definition image quality on a wide range of paper stock. Meaning, if you have full-color sales collateral, direct marketing or photo publishing pieces that need to be vibrant and you need it all in a jiffy, this press is for you. Additionally this press has an optional fifth housing which enables clear dry ink spot or flood applications.
Sometimes it’s tough to decipher exactly which press fits where when you’re researching a purchase – and how capabilities differ. These devices are positioned in our portfolio between the award-winning Xerox DocuColor 7002/8002 Digital Color Presses and the flagship iGen4 Press. Depending on your specific volume and application needs, there’s a Xerox system built specifically for you.
Check out this video with Dale Allen discussing the new presses:
ARVE Error: id and provider shortcodes attributes are mandatory for old shortcodes. It is recommended to switch to new shortcodes that need only urlAnd, if you’d like to really get into the details, head on over to the Digital Printing Hot Spot blog or check out the Color 800/1000 Presses Product Tour!
If you are attending On Demand this week in Philadelphia swing by the Xerox booth and check out all of our digital systems, along with the workflow and business development tools.
— Kevin Horey, vice president, production product marketing