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Xerox Demonstrates Digital Leadership at AIIM/On Demand Conference, Secures Several Customer Contracts

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ROCHESTER, N.Y.--May 26, 2005-- Thousands of people visited Xerox Corporation at the AIIM/On Demand Conference and Exposition last week to see the company's array of digital printing systems, workflow solutions and business resources that will help them leverage today's digital print transformation. To reap the benefits of digital printing, customers lined up to place orders for many of Xerox's digital technologies -- including the Xerox iGen3® 110 Digital Production Press, Xerox Nuvera(TM) Digital Production System, Xerox Nuvera Digital Copier/Printer, DocuTech® 180 Highlight Color system, and numerous other Xerox products and workflow solutions -- directly from the booth. Ditto Document Solutions, a full-service digital printer in Pittsburgh, was one of the first to sign a contract. Ditto provides print-on-demand services for a wide range of customers. It placed an order for a Xerox iGen3 110 Digital Production Press, two Xerox Nuvera Digital Production Systems, and a Xerox Nuvera Digital Copier/Printer to increase capacity and continue growing its business. "We want the latest and greatest in print technology that will help us exceed our customers' expectations, and that is what we're getting from Xerox," said Ken Shriber, principal, Ditto Document Solutions. "We currently have a Xerox Nuvera 100 Copier/Printer installed, and our clients are requesting it for their jobs. That speaks volumes about its print quality." Conlin's Copy Center, a full-service digital print and copy center in King of Prussia, Pa., recently installed a Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press. At the show, it placed an order for a second iGen3 press. Conlin's also ordered two Xerox Nuvera Digital Copier/Printers, a Xerox Nuvera Digital Production System, a Xerox 4110(TM) Digital Copier/Printer and four components of the FreeFlow(TM) Digital Workflow Collection. According to Conlin's, it made this investment to further automate its workflow processes and improve the print quality it delivers to customers. Tri-Ad Litho Inc., a full-service commercial printer in Pittsburgh, purchased an iGen3 110 press at the show. A Xerox customer for more than eight years, the company added the iGen3 110 press to expand its short-run color and personalized printing capabilities for customers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. "To succeed in the digital color market you have to take the next step up in terms of what services you can provide your customers, and the iGen3 110 press allows us to do that," said John M. Novosel, president, Tri-Ad Litho Inc.