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Kodak's Business Building Solutions for Blended Production Environments Featured at GOA

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb 1—Kodak’s exhibit at the Graphics of the Americas and Xplor International Exhibition and Conferences (GOA/Xplor) will highlight innovative high speed digital color solutions to help customers grow their businesses and increase productivity in statement printing and other transactional documents. Information about Kodak’s portfolio that spans conventional and digital technologies will also be available in booth #919. “Kodak’s complete line of digital and conventional solutions provides opportunities for print service providers to enhance production efficiencies, add new services and expand revenue opportunities,” said Isidre Rosello, General Manager, Transactional and Industrial Solutions Group, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “In the world of printing bank, credit card and loyalty card statements, and producing variable data customer acquisition mailers, our featured high volume inkjet printers provide quality, speed and creative flexibility.” Products that Kodak will feature on the show floor include: The KODAK VERSAMARK DS6240 and DS5240 printing systems—modular, high speed digital printing systems that offer extremely high throughput, a high level of reliability, easy integration into existing printing and production processes, and good print quality with a low cost of operation The KODAK VERSAMARK VT3000 printing system—an integrated digital printing system with advanced inkjet technology in monochrome, spot color or four color process at the highest speeds in the industry KODAK VERSAMARK Color Proofer, KODAK VERSAMARK Composer Software, Color Tool Kit and EMTEX software—a wide range of solutions to improve efficiency and profitability Kodak’s best in class solutions are designed to allow print providers to expand into new areas and grow their businesses by offering customers an increased level of service. “Change is taking place in what data centers and service bureaus are expected to deliver. Besides transactional printing, they are now expected to assist with marketing applications,” said Rosello. “Besides printing they are being asked to use technology for document capture and processing, digital workflow and information management. Companies must pay attention to this opportunity and leverage the latest technologies or risk falling further behind.” In addition to the featured products, representatives from Kodak will be on hand at GOA/Xplor to discuss Kodak’s complete portfolio of digital production printing products. The show floor is not the only place that Kodak will be represented at GOA/Xplor. Attendees will hear from a number of Kodak speakers throughout the event: Ron Gilboa, Vice President Marketing, Kodak Versamark, serves as opening speaker for the GOA/Xplor Joint Technology Council on Feb. 3. Pat McGrew, Director Industry Marketing, Transaction Print, will take part as a speaker in a series of panels and presentations, including “The Best of Xploration Journal” panel on Feb. 1; “Roadmap to Color” and “TopGun: UltraFast Printing, MICR and Mail” on Feb. 2l; and as host of the day-long specialty track covering disaster recovery and moderator for a series of panels ranging from the DR Panel, Print and Mail DR, Business Side of Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and Designing a BC Plan sessions on Feb. 4. Don Scrima, Customer Support Analyst, will deliver the Advanced Function Printing Tutorial on Feb. 1. Ron Gilboa, Vice President Marketing, Kodak Versamark, will be a co-presenter for the Roadmap to Color session on Feb. 2. “By delivering unified solutions across the boundaries of both conventional and digital technologies, Kodak brings a unique set of solutions and expertise to help customers succeed—from idea to delivery,” said Rosello.