Donnelley Financial Enhances with its Acquisition of Next-Generation Printing System from Oce
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, March 14, 2001 -- R.R. Donnelley Financial, the worldwide financial printer and customized communications solutions company, has recently acquired one of the industry's most productive, high-volume digital printing systems. The Océ DemandStream 8090, in combination with the Océ Digi-Stitcher, a high-speed inline finisher, allows R.R. Donnelley Financial to provide its clients with on-demand printing options that are the best-in-market.
Working together in one continuous operation, these leading-edge systems combine to print and saddle-stitch booklets on demand. The speed and flexibility of these machines enable a faster turn-around time and greater cost-savings for any business that requires quick, accurate and attractive customized communications.
"We're in the business of providing customized communications solutions to the healthcare and financial services industries. By delivering on-demand documents with both speed and exceptional quality, we can make a substantial difference to our clients' successes," said Alfred Presutti, senior vice president of customized communications solutions for R.R. Donnelley. "Continuing to stay on the cutting-edge of technology is all part of our company- wide commitment to provide our clients with the solutions that make a difference to their bottom line."
R.R. Donnelley recently completed a project for a Fortune-ranked healthcare company using the DemandStream 8090/Digi-Stitcher combination, saving its client both time and money. By reducing the size of the document and using a lighter-weight stock, R.R. Donnelley moved this client from a loose-sheet presentation to bound booklets that ranged in size from 88 to 102 pages. The R.R. Donnelley solution and its efficiencies saved this client $.25 per booklet - a significant improvement on a print run in the six-figures - and delivered a high-quality, attractive product.
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