Xerox Enhanced Workflow Solutions at Graph Expo
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
Xerox is unveiling new enhancements to its FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection at Graph Expo so printers can stay competitive in an increasingly demanding industry.
A touchless workflow in prepress operations increases uptime by removing the need for manual prepress and finisher setup – booklet jobs are preflighted and imposed according to the requirements of each unique job. Also, in-line finishing devices can be shared with multiple printers in a shop, maximizing productivity and flexibility.
The automation feature ensures that the job is ticketed only once and that programming is maintained throughout the production cycle, regardless of the devices being used. This eliminates the need for additional operators or training, saving time and money.
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