Xerox Brings Technology and Business 'Know-how' to On Demand
PHILADELPHIA—March 31, 2009—Maintaining a relentless focus on the graphic communications industry, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) unveils advanced printing and workflow products and business development services to arm print providers with the expertise to stay viable and succeed in a challenging economy.
Driving the company’s efforts in the printing industry is Gina Testa, newly-appointed vice president, Worldwide Graphic Communications Industry Business. Testa brings more than 25 years of experience in financial, operational, product delivery and marketing roles to the position. She created Xerox’s ProfitAccelerator® portfolio when she served as vice president of Xerox’s Channel and Customer Business Development.
“While other vendors in the document imaging industry are limiting their presence at On Demand, Xerox is demonstrating its ability to support the graphic communications market with a mix of innovation, proven technology, software and services that help print providers capitalize on digital opportunities,” said Testa.
New Offerings at On Demand
Xerox launches a host of offerings, many of which are on display at On Demand in booth No. 2000:
Powerful Digital Technology
Printing 200 black-and-white images per minute, the Xerox Nuvera® 200 EA Perfecting Production System excels at producing applications that require high image quality and sharp halftones, such as technical manuals, bills/statements and books.
Shown as a technology demo, EX Print Server, powered by Fiery®, and Command Workstation for the first time can connect directly to the iGen4™ press to maximize productivity and deliver outstanding color accuracy and consistency with automated color management workflow.
Soon to be available for iGen4 and iGen3® presses, Device Link Integrator enables direct importing of profiles from ORIS Press Matcher Pro into Xerox FreeFlow® Print Server. These new features from Xerox and its business partner CGS Publishing Technologies International allow customers to use the full complement of FreeFlow Print Server color management and file submission features.