A Portfolio Review

At trade shows I’ve had people walk up and ask if the machine behind me was the iGen. I would then point across the booth to the actual iGen and explain that the machine I was in front of was the Xerox DocuColor 260— a product on the opposite end of our portfolio. This has happened on more than one occasion and I wonder how many customers may not know where each of our digital presses fits when it comes to volume and capabilities. There is a lot to learn!
Xerox has the largest portfolio of monochrome and color production presses; which is something we are really proud of. We find customers are all unique— You can’t possibly meet everyone’s needs with one offering because one digital press DOES NOT fit all. Everyone has different applications, budgets, future goals, volumes, space requirements, and more.
A brochure I find handy and that customers (and sales reps) love to have is for your reference below. Click the image to view the PDF and see if you learn something new!

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  1. Ryan Testa March 15, 2010 -

    We are going to have a even more complete portfolio with the color 800 and 1000 press’!

    • Lindsay Lamb March 15, 2010 -

      I agree Ryan!

      I think we are going to need to print this brochure on the iGen’s 22.5″ paper to fit all of our products on one spread 🙂

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