Three DocuTech Publishing Systems Honored by Better Buys for Business
Press release from the issuing company
Independent Authority Calls Xerox Products 'Cream of the Crop'
ROCHESTER, N.Y.--Sept. 6, 2002--Three Xerox Corporation DocuTech 2000 Series systems were selected for 2002 Editor's Choice Awards from Better Buys for Business magazine.
An authority on document imaging equipment, Better Buys for Business recognized the Xerox DocuTech 2000 Series 6100, 6115 and 6135 production publishers. Each award is given to equipment that delivers the highest levels of performance and offers the greatest value for consumers in a given price range.
"These machines are still the cream of the crop. DocuTech stands for size, speed and performance in the print-on-demand and corporate publishing environments," said Jonathan Bees, editor-in-chief, Better Buys for Business. "The bottom line is you can't go wrong with a DocuTech."
"At Xerox we strive not only to have the greatest breadth of products but also to be unsurpassed in excellence and value in each category," said Anshoo S. Gupta, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. "The Better Buys for Business Editor's Choice awards demonstrate that we have been successful."
The DocuTech 2000 Series 6100, 6115 and 6135, which each received the Editor's Choice award in the High Volume category, address advanced printing and in-house publishing applications for the print-on-demand market. Created with the production publisher in mind, the DocuTech 6100, 6115 and 6135 have an output of 96, 115 and 135 pages-per-minute respectively. All three products are modular and scalable.
Better Buys for Business evaluates models from all major manufacturers and receives feedback from customers and dealers. The evaluations include a combination of hands-on testing, user surveys and worldwide visits to manufacturing facilities and trade shows.
For more information on Better Buys, visit www.betterbuys.com or call 800-247-2185. For more information on Xerox products, call 800-ASK-XEROX or visit www.xerox.com.
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