Oce Introduces Poster Solution For In-House Sign Production
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL, March 28, 2001 - Océ, a global leader in digital document management and delivery technology, announces the availability of its Océ Posterizer software, creating an easy-to-use solution for making posters and signage in-house on a wide-format digital color printer. Designed to work with the Océ CS5070 color inkjet printer, Posterizer offers a cost-effective solution to meet customized, point-of-purchase sign production needs. The software can be utilized by department, convenience, and retail stores as well as other markets such as automotive dealerships and fast food shops to print promotional signage on demand.
The Posterizer software delivers flexibility to create promotional displays quickly and easily. Using templates, retailers can tailor promotional signage to market demands. Printing on site reduces cost and lead time.
The Océ plug-and-play solution offers a powerful, behind-the-scenes RIP that allows users to print from a personal computer. With convenient pre-set options, the printer, RIP, and Océ media combine to provide a closed-loop system to ensure consistent and proper color.
"We are excited to offer this solution that will give retail stores the freedom and capability to quickly respond to their customers' needs and better manage their operations," stated Mal Baboyian, Chief Operating Officer of Océ-USA, Inc. "This software will help retailers develop quality displays when and how they need them."
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