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Xante Kicks Off 2014 Digital Color Road Shows

Friday, February 14, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

The Xante 2014 Digital Color Road Show Tour will be traveling throughout Florida in March. The Xante 2013 nationwide roadshow series was such a success; it will be expanded into this year.

Starting in Sarasota on March 3, the live shows will visit Tampa (March 4), Daytona Beach (March 5), Jacksonville (March 6) and Tallahassee (March 7). Attendees will get a chance to see the Impressia Multi-Media Pressand the patent-pending Enterprise Feeder system along with the iQueue Ultimate Digital Workflow in action.

These hands-on shows are very popular with print shop owners andmanagers as Xante team members put these printing solutions through their paces. With digital press technology on the rise, attendees can find out how other shops are using digital solutions to reduce production costsand increase their profit margins. This also gives participants a great way to see where Xante's production and workflow solutions can compliment their existing operations.

The Impressia Digital Multi-Media Press delivers higher resolution (up to 2400), higher print speeds (up to 80 color envelopes per min.), lower cost per print (less than a penny for typical color envelope). The press is driven by the iQueue Ultimate Digital Workflow which makes it easy to manage multiple digital files, make critical color adjustments, apply imposition, match spot colors, estimating job cost, import variable data, create custom QR codes and more.

To learn more about upcoming Road Shows, call 1-800-926-8839 or visit: xante.com


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