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Indigo Partners To Demonstrate ePrint Procurement Solutions at Print 01

Tuesday, September 04, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, IL--Aug 31, 2001-- printChannel.com, the world's leading vendor of Web-based print procurement solutions, and Indigo N.V., a world leader in digital color printing systems, announced the launch of their joint On Demand Print Program at Print 01. The companies will team up at the Print 01 show in Chicago, September 6-13, 2001 in booths #6937 and #1029 to demonstrate the power of their combined technologies in delivering fast, efficient digital printing procurement solutions for printers of all sizes. While the printChannel system is compatible with all of Indigo's digital presses, demonstrations at the show will be conducted with the Indigo e-Print Pro+, which is ideal for the production of short-run on-demand jobs. "The power of the overall solution is the linking of a high quality, digital printing press with a high-powered online print procurement solution," states Oliver Pflug, CEO of printChannel.com. "The combination of the Indigo press and the printChannel online print procurement system provide unparalleled control of every phase of the print production cycle - online. From ordering and scheduling to proofing and delivery, the Indigo/printChannel scalable applications increase operational efficiencies and raise the quality of overall service." "We are pleased to be working with one of the world's leading vendors of online print procurement solutions to demonstrate a successful, cost-effective digital printing environment to printers," says Eddi Litvak, Director of Product Management at Indigo. "The turnaround of the job from the print buyer is significantly increased through the use of the digital output device in combination with an online solution. We anticipate a great deal of interest in the On Demand Print Program at Print 01 and in the future."




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