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Stanford Marsh wins HP PageWide Partner Award

Thursday, May 05, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Worcester, UK - Stanford Marsh, a leading independent solutions provider for the wide-format and 3D print sectors, has announced that it has been presented with a prestigious PageWide Partner award by HP. Following the highly successful launch of HP’s PageWide wide-format printing platform, Stanford Marsh Ltd. has been named ‘Best Partner from Day One for HP PageWide XL Technology.’ 

The award was presented to Stanford Marsh’s Sales Director, Danny Davies, and is in recognition of the extensive pre-launch training undertaken by Stanford Marsh’s sales and service teams. The training schedule took nine months to complete and has enabled the company to support HP’s UK launch of the platform, and to offer robust Service Level Agreements (SLAs) to early adoptees of the PageWide technology.

Matthew Perkins, Director at Stanford Marsh, comments: “Our teams have spent many hours learning about the HP PageWide platform. This intensive pre-launch training seems to have been well worth the investment though as our very first customer took delivery of four HP PageWide XL 8000 Printers with custom built folders to allow large output to be folded into a manageable-sized documents. Whilst at present we are unable to name them, this customer will have an estimated output exceeding an incredible 4 million sq/m in full colour during year one.”

HP PageWide technology enables users to experience the fastest large-format monochrome and colour printing with up to 50% savings in total production costs. It enables purchasers to grow their businesses with GIS map and point-of-sale (POS) poster printing to generate new revenue streams.

Alongside the HP PageWide XL series, Stanford Marsh’s HP portfolio also includes the very latest HP Designjet and Latex printers.

 

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