ImageX Completes Customer Transition to Automated Production Facility
Press release from the issuing company
KIRKLAND, Wash., Feb. 27 - ImageX announced that it has fully transitioned its major traditional print customers from a manual print manufacturing environment to ImageX's automated print workflow.
By utilizing their patents-pending technology to automate the manual processes traditionally associated with print manufacturing, ImageX has increased the gross margins for these customers by 133%. Deployment of this technology is not limited to ImageX-owned facilities; ImageX is in the process of rolling this technology out to its other print partners. Similar improvements in production efficiencies and gross margins for ImageX customers at these plants can be also expected.
"The successful transition of these customers to our automated facilities and the dramatic improvement in their gross margins validates the ImageX business model,'' said Tim Dowling, chief operating officer. "Using our technology to reduce or eliminate many of the costs of a traditionally labor-intensive production process gives us a tremendous competitive advantage in the management and production of printed materials.'' More information can be found at imagex.com
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