Océ Previews Posterizer Point-Of-Sale Signage Solution at GlobalShop 2009
LAS VEGAS—March 23, 2009—Océ, an international leader in digital document management, announces the U.S. preview of its PosterizerTM integrated signage solution at Océ booth #5450 during GlobalShop® 2009, March 23-25, in Las Vegas, NV. Convincing, coordinated and innovative signage can motivate customers to spend more during every store visit.
Posterizer is a complete retail signage solution, including software, hardware, consumables and services, that makes it easy to produce point of sale (POS) signage that supports consistent branding initiatives – exactly when, where and how users need it. The solution was designed for both large retail merchandising departments and small retail chain stores. However, it can also be used by pick-and-pack distributors and other print providers that create signage solutions for retail partners.
The Posterizer signage solution was originally developed for two of the world’s largest retailers. Today more than 4,000 retail outlets around the globe now rely on the Posterizer solution to create on-demand signage, shelf tags, labels, posters, banners, and digital displays of the highest quality.
“In today’s challenging retail environment, those companies that can adapt quickly to shifting market conditions and capitalize on real-time sales opportunities will be best equipped to weather the storm,” said Sal Sheikh, Vice President, Marketing, Wide Format Printing Systems division of Océ North America. “The turnkey Posterizer signage solution provides retailers with the most comprehensive, intuitive and cost-effective tool to create customized in-store retail signage that drives customer attention at the point of sale and ultimately helps organizations turn merchandise promotions into bottom line results.”
Significant Advantages In-Store
The Posterizer signage solution from Océ enables retailers and print providers to get marketing and merchandising ideas in front of customers as quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. As a result, companies can boost sales and increase profits by influencing buying behavior on the spot, drawing attention to high margin or profitable items, and managing and moving unsold goods.