Progressive Impressions International -- Digitally Driven
A Xerox SmartPress Consultant, part of Xerox's customer business development team, spent time on-site at PII to ensure that the company took maximum advantage of the DocuColor iGen3's capabilities, and to assist in identifying volume-building and revenue-generating opportunities.
"Since the early 1990s we have been working with Xerox to develop successful digital printing opportunities," Huff reports. "We felt that the iGen3 was the best product on the market. That, coupled with the Xerox commitment to the product line and the progress we had seen in their other digital platforms over the past 12 months, made us feel confident they were the best partner to choose."
Providing Best Solutions
With that, Huff promises PII is a company committed to servicing its clientele. It's "Whatever It Takes" attitude is a core value at PII. "We exist to provide opportunity and security for our employees, and we know that the only way to make this happen is to provide a 'Whatever It Takes' attitude in providing our customers with the best solutions possible."
PII has taken the lead in Web integration with development of its On1 technology. An On1 solution lets members of a sales force go online to select, personalize and mail a brochure or any of their corporate-branded marketing materials. Insurance, investment and manufacturing clients are already using this technology to manage their direct marketing—all on one site. In the future, Huff says PII will continue to invest heavily in On1 technology.
"This technology allows our customers to harness the power of the different Taylor companies under a single technology solution," he notes. "Whether it is procurement ordering corporate stationery products or marketing implementing a worldwide database direct mail program, the different modules of On1 allow this to happen in a seamless, efficient and cost-effective manner.
"From a production perspective I think we'll see further product development in many areas over the next 24 months," Huff concludes. "We look forward to further integration, from printing to finishing, to reduce the amount of time and labor it takes to produce finished pieces."