Enovation Kicks Off Road Show, Introduces New Xerox/EFI Solution
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y. (March 3, 2006) – Representatives from more than 100 companies attended Enovation’s recent “Go Digital Now!” road show, designed to introduce the graphic communications industry to new tools, technologies and solutions.
Held in conjunction with Xerox and Electronics for Imaging (EFI), Enovation’s “Go Digital Now!” kicked off on February 16th with a series of informative, hands-on events in various cities across the country. “We were extremely pleased with the number of companies and organizations that attended ‘Go Digital Now!,’” says Phil Kane, vice president of digital printing for Enovation, “and we think it’s indicative of the interest and demand for reliable digital printing solutions in today’s market.”
Highlighted during “Go Digital Now!” are the new Xerox DocuColor 240/250 digital color printer/copier and EFI’s Fiery Network Controller and Fiery EXP250 server.
The DocuColor 240/250 printer/copier produces the first color page in as fast as 7.8 seconds and fresh toner cartridges can be loaded even while printing, ensuring continued productivity. A large, full-color touch screen is easy to use and simple to program, and allows users to customize the keypad with the features used most often.
The DocuColor 240/250 printer/copier is also compatible with a number of controllers, and Enovation will be demonstrating both EFI’s Fiery Network Controller and Fiery EXP250 server, depending on a customer’s needs for a bustled or stand-alone color server.
The EFI Fiery EXP250 color server is a powerful new offering from Xerox and EFI and provides impressive performance with a strong focus on productivity, flexibility and color control. It has a familiar user-friendly interface and promises ease-of-use for non-dedicated operators. The EXP250 delivers impressive productivity and flexibility and, thanks to its Pentium? processor, fast RIP speeds are a sure thing.
Combining the Xerox and EFI products with Enovation’s cast of experts offers customers a unique solution. In addition to its nationwide network of support and technical service, Enovation offers specialists in workflow, color management and integration – and all stand ready to help customers make the most of their newest investments.
The events are geared for creative professionals, pay-for-print owners, commercial printers, centralized reproduction department managers, corporate office administrators and anyone who believes their organization can benefit from the opportunities that digital printing creates. Attendee registration and additional information can be found at www.enovationgodigital.com.
Enovation will host additional “Go Digital Now!” events, at a number of locations over two dates:
• March 9th events scheduled in: Atlanta, Chicago, Blue Ash (Cincinnati), Ohio; Houston, Texas; Indianapolis, Ind.; Kansas City (Overland Park), Mo.; Milwaukee (Brookfield), Wisc.; New York City; Portland, Ore.; and Salt Lake City, Utah.
• March 16th events scheduled in: Pittsburgh, Penn.; and San Francisco (Foster City), Calif.
“Digital printing continues to be a growing market as well as an opportunity to increase revenues,” added Kane. “The Xerox DocuColor 240/250 is the perfect entry-level device for those printers considering a move into digital and our experts stand ready to help them understand how this new capability can help their businesses.”
For more information on the “Go Digital Now!” road shows, please visit www.enovationgodigital.com.
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