Queen City Imaging meets growing customer demand with Oce VarioPrint 2090
Press release from the issuing company
BOCA RATON, FL, 13 October 2004 - Oce, a global leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, today announced that Queen City Imaging (QCI) has been able to tackle a larger, more complex workload without adding staff as a result of implementing Océ digital printing technology. QCI wanted to pursue new business as well as capture more work from current clients, but the company needed to be confident that their operations could keep pace with growing volumes, quality expectations, and greater application versatility.
The Océ VarioPrint 2050 multifunction printer/copier/scanner has given Queen City more capacity and versatility than their previous solutions, with the important added capability of bringing analog hardcopy into more manageable digital workflow. Now, Queen City Imaging is achieving greater success by establishing a solid base of extremely diverse clients and services.
With the versatile Océ VarioPrint 2090, Queen City Imaging has the right tools to take on a wider complement of work and maintain the quality current customers expect. QCI is now better positioned to grow the business, while keeping costs and staffing under control.
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