Guest post by Mary Roddy, Global Product Marketing Manager, Xerox
Increasingly today, when people decide to print, they want something they can’t get through digital media alone,
Guest post by Shelley Sweeney, Vice President/General Manager Service Bureau/Direct Marketing @shelleysweeney
More people are joining and investing in the growing inkjet movement, but it’s a big
Guest post by Karen Cole, Xerox Global Product Marketing Manager
Color is one of the most visible benefits of digital printing, but it’s often seen as a
As run lengths decline and profitability is contingent upon the number of short-run jobs you produce each day, automation is more than a nicety – it’s a necessity. The next generation of Xerox Versant Presses deliver.
Learn how you can get consistent color across multiple presses, at one or multiple locations, each and every time you print.
Learn how quality advancements in digital printing, specifically among tonal and spatial resolution and 10-bit processing, is blurring the lines between digital and offset.
New advancements, such as Extended Gamut Printing, are making it possible to achieve a greater number of spot colors. But how do you know when its necessary to use a 5-color process, or if 4-color printing will suffice?
For print providers, business cards represent an opportunity to strengthen customer relationships and probe about other work. But it can also be a low-margin and demanding job with color and registration challenges. See how the Xerox Color C75 and J75 Presses simplify these tasks with automated capabilities.
Do you struggle with the challenge of maintaining consistent color across digital presses? What if this process could be simplified by using a single color management solution for an entire fleet? And what if that solution was web-hosted, allowing you to remotely access and respond to the status of all your presses?