Standard Register Expands Its International Licensing of Unique Pattern Printing
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 3 -- Standard Register has licensed its proven methodology for printing uniquely patterned digital paper to Baumer, AG, a printer of business documents based in Frauenfel, Switzerland. Baumer is a member of Standard Register's Global Print Network program and is the second international company to license the ExpeData Print Solution since its launch in May 2005.
The ExpeData Print Solution provides Baumer with a turnkey approach to printing digital, paper-based, unique Anoto dot pattern. The solution includes printer hardware, quality control devices for testing pattern, installation, training, documentation, qualified papers and toners, support and pre- certification to pass the highest levels of digital print standards established by Swedish technology company Anoto Group AB.
"This goes beyond selling traditional paper documents," said Daniel Jud, president of Baumer AG. "The ability to print uniquely patterned documents will help us move a volume-driven business to a more technology-driven business. Digital documents combine the ease of paper forms with digital data capture. This is a solution that our customers have been asking for."
According to Doug Patterson, vice president and general manager of Standard Register's ExpeData Digital Solutions, "Printing consistent, high- quality digital documents that utilize unique Anoto dot pattern is not easy. We are sharing our hard-earned knowledge with our partners so they can quickly and cost-effectively produce unique patterned documents that meet or exceed Anoto standards. Standard Register is pleased to have a partner in Europe who can provide this capability to their international clients and ours, just as our partner Print Media Group is doing in Australia."
For more information on ExpeData Digital Solutions visit www.expedata.net.
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