How can today’s commercial printers bridge the physical and digital worlds through innovative solutions in printing technology, workflow software and personalization? The answers will be on display at the Xerox booth at PRINT 17.
One formidable obstacle in the way of achieving the efficiency of paperless operations has been the onerous task of converting paper documents to digital files. Xerox today introduced a solution that enables large and small businesses to overcome this hurdle: the DocuMate® 6460 and 6480 compact desktop scanners designed for scanning, storing, and organizing up to 10,000 double-sided pages daily.
In 1969, in his lab in Webster, N.Y., Xerox engineer Gary Starkweather was challenged with improving the speed of an early fax machine. His research led to an invention of laser printing, which profoundly changed how people and businesses communicate around the world.
Jazz music has always celebrated individual style and the freedom for musicians to improvise with melody. As the lead sponsor of the 2017 Xerox Rochester International Jazz festival, Xerox has made personalization a major theme by giving patrons the chance to make festival merchandise their own.
In its continued effort to position channel partners for success, Xerox today is hosting 200 current and prospective partners in New York City to discuss the evolution of the workplace. The Xerox Future of Work Partner Forum is kicking off the company’s 2017 global series of information and education events for customers and channel partners.
How can commercial printers and in-plant shops fuel new levels of automation and business growth? Higher image quality, greater media latitude and advanced inline finishing capabilities – the calling cards of the new Xerox Versant® 180, Versant 180 Performance Package and Versant 3100 Presses.