Oce VarioPrint 5115 Printing System Receives Award
Press release from the issuing company
July 20, 2004, Boca Raton, FL – Oce, a global leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, announced today that the Océ VarioPrint 5115 system has received an “Editor’s Choice” award in the latest High-Volume Printer & Digital Duplicator Guide, published in June 2004 by Better Buys for Business (BBB). BBB is a leading independent authority on document imaging equipment, printers, faxes, scanners and copiers. The respected award recognizes the industry-leading performance and capabilities of the Océ VarioPrint 5115 system. Last year, the newly introduced Océ VarioPrint 5115 system received a prestigious “Worth Watching” designation in the 2003 High-Volume Printer & Digital Duplicator Guide.
BBB (www.betterbuys.com) delivers independent, objective research to help organizations make better buys. The company receives no advertising compensation from equipment manufacturers, ensuring products are evaluated solely on the basis of their performance and value.
“We are pleased to designate the Océ VarioPrint 5115 as an Editor’s Choice in the High-Volume Printer & Digital Duplicator Guide,” said Jonathan Bees, editor-in-chief of Better Buys for Business. “Editor’s Choice selections are based on rigorous analysis of all current models in the class, and document professionals and their companies depend on our independent research to help them make the best decisions about their technology investments.”
The Océ VarioPrint 5000 family is the first cut-sheet digital printing and publishing solution to deliver production-class advantages to corporate and commercial work centers. As more organizations pursue seamless workflow for greater efficiency and faster turnaround, Océ VarioPrint cut-sheet systems continue to be integral components of true end-to-end document solutions. Océ hardware, software, and professional and support services are combined to deliver the rock-solid reliability, application versatility, and cost-effective performance that define production-class performance.
“We are proud to again be recognized for meeting the high standards of Better Buys for Business. The Editor’s Choice Award acknowledges our longstanding commitment to providing customers with a reliable, versatile investment that offers maximum versatility and production-class performance, along with the lowest total cost of ownership in their class,” said Carl Joachim, vice president of marketing for Océ Digital Document Systems. “The Océ VarioPrint family includes some of the most upgradeable production class printing systems in the industry, and it continues to be recognized for capabilities that set it apart from other offerings.”
BBB has also acknowledged the unique value of the Océ PRISMA? family of architected workflow automation software. Document experts in a variety of industries count on Océ PRISMA to maximize the performance and cost-effectiveness of their operations, independent of system, location or print device. BBB notes that when combined with Océ PRISMA software, the Océ VarioPrint 5115 is a fully open system that can take workflows from a wide variety of sources and output to a wide variety of other devices. As a result, companies can achieve significant savings in time and money. One of the biggest hurdles with high-speed printing is the need to keep the machines fed with a steady stream of work, and BBB has further noted that Océ PRISMA software provides efficient job preparation to solve this common problem.
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