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HumanEyes Announces Worldwide Sales Cooperation with Océ

Friday, October 17, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

October 16, 2008 -- HumanEyes Technologies announces a cooperation in which Océ will promote HumanEyes lenticular workflow solutions with its Océ Arizona® 250 GT and newly released Océ Arizona 350 GT UV flatbed inkjet printers worldwide. The move will answer growing demand for turnkey specialty digital printing solutions around the globe.

"Major brands appreciate the substantial impact interactive graphics have on campaigns, and they're buying. Océ printer customers can capitalize on this strengthening trend by offering lenticular capabilities made possible by our ongoing relationship with HumanEyes," says Gido van Praag, president and CEO of Océ Display Graphics Systems. "By working with HumanEyes, we are securing the accessibility of lenticular printing as a route to expanded services, increased margins, and new business opportunities for our customers."

"It's a win for everyone," says Duby Hodd, CEO of HumanEyes. ''HumanEyes certification of the Océ Arizona 250 GT in 2007 marked the first step in our collaboration with Océ. Since then we've been working closely together, and now our new Producer3D solution has greatly increased the ease in which Océ Arizona 250 GT and Océ Arizona 350 GT sites can integrate advanced special effects applications within regular production workflows."

HumanEyes and Océ will showcase the new Producer3D solution with Océ Arizona 250 GT and Océ Arizona 350 GT printers at the Océ exhibits at SGIA 08 (booth # 1041) in Atlanta, GA and Graph Expo 08 (booth #2400) in Chicago, IL, this month.




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