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Levi, Ray & Shoup Becomes First Sponsor of Security Printing Pavilion at Xplor 2004

Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Xplor 2004 Global Conference & Exhibit TORRANCE, Calif.--April 20, 2004-- Xplor International today announced that Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. (LRS) will become the first sponsor of the Security Printing Pavilion at Xplor 2004: The Document Solutions Information Exchange. The Security Printing Pavilion is a one-stop, total solution area for products and services that support this specific market place. It offers attendees an opportunity to evaluate various related security applications through exhibits, theater presentations, and expert Q&A sessions, all contained within one pavilion area on the exhibit floor. "We look forward to becoming part of this pavilion to address the challenges, initiatives and business solutions related to secure printing, a market segment that other conferences and tradeshows have not thoroughly addressed," said John Howerter, Senior Vice President, of Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. "We believe that this pavilion provides a unique educational and solution-oriented opportunity for the industry." Secure output distribution software from LRS offers organizations a reliable method for achieving end-to-end security over network printing. Jobs can be encrypted where they are created and decrypted only at the destination where documents are printed. "The LRS sponsorship of the Security Printing Pavilion demonstrates its continuing leadership in managing output by addressing the issues which affect attendees," said Skip Henk, EDP, President & CEO, Xplor International. "The new pavilion offers expertise to vendors and end-users that can help organizations and individuals meet their business objectives." The Pavilion complements the Security Printing Forum, scheduled for Wednesday, October 27 from 8 a.m.-Noon, which aims to educate organizations on how security should be accounted for across a wide breadth of print-related issues, including document design, the printing and personalization process, paper quality requirements, practices for consistent quality control, print verification systems, techniques for combating fraud, and the tightening of international standards for business checks.

 

 

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