Xplor 2004 TORRANCE, Calif.--July 28, 2004-- Xplor International today announced the return of its successful Education Pavilion for its upcoming 25th Global Document Systems Conference and Exhibit, taking place October 24-28 in Dallas, Texas, USA. Located on the exhibit floor, the 2500 square foot Education Pavilion will feature classroom-style, hands-on learning sessions during exhibit hours. Sponsored by Oce North America, Inc., the Education Pavilion provides participants with unique insights on trends, solutions, best-in-class applications, and new technologies that will help drive productivity. The Education Pavilion is open to all attendees with exhibit hall admission.
"Oce is excited to sponsor Xplor's Education Pavilion for the second year," said Carl Joachim, vice president of marketing at the Oce Digital Document Systems division. "The pavilion was extremely popular in 2003 and one of the highest exhibit floor traffic areas last year. We expect no less for 2004, as attendees can expect to gain real-time knowledge and practical demonstrations that can help individuals become more effective and efficient when they return to their offices."
Focus On Trends, Solutions, Best-In-Class Applications, and New Technologies
The Education Pavilion will focus on supporting the core intent of Xplor by furthering industry knowledge and expertise to address the most prevalent issues in the marketplace. Building on the success of last year's Educational Pavilion, Oce will again provide informative sessions to help Xplor attendees gain the latest knowledge to expand and enhance their digital document strategies, especially regarding workflow trends and practices.
Sessions will look at the role of workflow efficiency and automation in driving greater productivity and faster turnaround. Attendees will also learn about benchmarks and best practices for digital printing technology. Document professionals will conduct informative sessions covering the range of solutions, from how to maximize production-level systems, to achieving versatility through multifunction solutions, and bringing color output into the enterprise more easily and affordably. The sessions will also offer ideas for turning reliability, quality, versatility, and low cost of ownership into cost-effective competitive advantages that can help grow business results.
For additional details on the Education Pavilion, go to www.xplor2004.org.
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