Océ Wins On Demand Digital Color Cut Sheet Best of Show Award
PHILADELPHIA—April 1, 2009—Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, has been recognized at this year’s ON DEMAND Conference & Exposition with a Best of Show award in the Color Digital Printing Equipment category for its new Océ CS Tandem family of scalable production cutsheet color printers. The Océ CS Tandem color cutsheet platform won for its unique flexibility, consistent color quality and production productivity.
The new Océ CS Tandem family unites multiple Océ CS665 Pro print engines with a centralized server, sophisticated color management software, and validated color consistency to deliver a new level of color performance in one integrated system. Available in multi-engine Océ CS130Tpro, Océ CS195Tpro and Océ CS260Tpro configurations, engine speeds range from 130, 195 and 260 ppm respectively.
Highly productive, centralized workflow lets a single operator run a group of Océ CS Tandem printers from a single workstation, optimizing labor and resource utilization. Centralized workflow improves productivity and accelerates turnaround by providing enhanced visibility and control, intelligent job routing and reliable error recovery. Print professionals benefit from on-the-spot flexibility that allows them to intelligently load-balance jobs across a group of printers as workloads fluctuate. Operators can specify whether jobs are routed to selected printers based on speed requirements, the need to print multiple copies of a document simultaneously, or a requirement to split long jobs among several devices to get them printed and out the door faster.
“We are extremely proud to be recognized for our color technology with this prestigious award. It signals that Océ has established a solid position in the digital color marketplace, and that we are providing our customers with industry-leading solutions to help drive their color business,” said Eric de Goeijen, Vice President of Marketing, Océ North America. “These award-winning color systems have the further advantage of versatile scalability, allowing customers to invest in just what they require for today’s opportunities, with a clear migration path to additional capacity. The unique configuration of these systems also provides built-in redundancy, which is critical for print operations that can’t afford downtime.”
- Eric de Goeijen