Rapid Solutions Group Installs Six Xerox iGen3 Digital Presses to Grow Color Printing Business
Press release from the issuing company
MELVILLE, N.Y. & ROCHESTER, N.Y.--Aug. 23, 2004-- Rapid Solutions Group has completed the installation of six Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Presses to expand its digital color printing services. The iGen3 presses, located at the company's three digital production facilities in New York, Chicago and California, are one of the largest installations of the product in the world.
According to the digital communications company, providing distributed digital color production drives a competitive advantage. The Xerox iGen3s allow identical finished documents to be delivered to customers faster, regardless of location. Rapid Solutions Group designs and produces a wide variety of personalized full-color materials including enrollment and welcome kits, portfolio reports, and other mission-critical communications for the financial services and healthcare industries.
"To provide our customers with a competitive advantage in their markets, we are investing in advanced technology like the iGen3 press to deliver high-quality digital color communications," said Garet Hil, CEO, Rapid Solutions Group. "Working closely with industry-leading equipment vendors like Xerox ensures we have the best tools and technology available to design and deliver communications with speed and precision."
Rapid Solutions Group said the iGen3 press produces color quality similar to traditional offset printing, enabling the company to provide color management guidelines and recommendations to help customers who are making the initial transition from offset to digital production.
The 100 page-per-minute Xerox iGen3 allows Rapid Solutions Group to create a range of customized documents for its clients. With multiple paper feeders, the press also allows the company to mix pre-selected paper stocks in one press run.
Rapid Solutions Group designs and delivers high-impact communications. Leveraging advanced digital technology and workflow, combined with application development, graphic design, digital and offset print and fulfillment expertise, it provides customers with end-to-end communication solutions.
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