EFI Previews Newest Innovations at Connect User Conference
LAS VEGAS—April 26, 2011—EFI, a world leader in customer-focused digital printing innovation, is displaying the newest and pre-release versions of its products at the sold out 12th annual Connect users’ conference taking place today through April 29 at the Wynn Las Vegas. In addition to a broad array of educational sessions, user group meetings, speakers and exhibitors, Connect attendees are the first to see demonstrations and test drive the latest EFI products before they are released. This year’s focus is on integration between various EFI offerings.
A highlight of the lab area is the Digital Workflow Experience—a demo that shows an integrated workflow from submission to output. The demonstration follows a job from EFI Digital StoreFront web-to-print solution, to both EFI Pace and EFI Monarch print MIS systems, to Fiery XF production RIP, and then to a new EFI VUTEk printer.
“This year’s lab area has the largest diversity of demos and products across our portfolio ever shown at Connect, a perfect match to our largest ever group of customer attendees,” said Frank Mallozzi, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing, EFI. “Everything is in one spot, and customers can see the ‘latest and greatest’ features and upcoming enhancements before they are available. This is a huge draw for attendees, and we value the great input we receive from them during the conference, as we constantly strive to exceed customer expectations with each offering.”
Conference attendees can see the latest versions of EFI Print MIS offerings. For the first time, the new PrintStream Fulfillment module for Pace and Monarch is on display and the recently launched EFI Radius Small Business Edition makes its debut as well. This new Radius software comes with a standard suite of modules designed with a streamlined user interface to ensure smaller companies can quickly and easily use the software to improve efficiencies and simplify workflows. The latest version of Radius Enterprise Edition is also being shown, highlighting corrugated packaging support, complex carton processing, and other enhancements.