T/R Systems and Lanier to Offer Print-On-Demand Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
ATLANTA--Oct. 3, 2001--T/R SYSTEMS, INC. a leader in developing innovative solutions for the management and production of digital documents, today announced an agreement with Lanier Worldwide to offer a new line of integrated document management solutions.
The solutions will combine innovative software and hardware packages from T/R Systems with high-end digital copier/printer systems from Lanier. The new solutions will be offered at several Lanier Professional Services (LPS) locations throughout North America.
"After an extensive review, we believe T/R Systems is ideally suited to help us provide LPS customers additional value in their printing and production environments,'' said Nori Goto, Chairman and CEO of Lanier Worldwide. "This is an exciting opportunity to join our powerful brand with T/R Systems' popular software products to provide an innovative facilities management solution.''
Mike Kohlsdorf, President and CEO of T/R Systems stated, "This initiative affords both of our companies the opportunity to provide a powerful, leading-edge facilities management solution to enhance LPS customers' document production capabilities. We look forward to a successful, strategic relationship with Lanier Worldwide in this dynamic segment of the market.''
T/R Systems' innovative MicroPress will be at the heart of the new professional services solution. The MicroPress is a document production server for print-on-demand customers that bridges the gap between low-volume workgroup printing and high-volume centralized printing. By combining powerful document "make-ready'' capabilities with advanced workflow tools, sophisticated color management and unique print device connectivity options, the MicroPress provides customers with a scalable production printing system.
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