New Xerox Workflow Web Site Creates a "FreeFlow" of Information
Press release from the issuing company
October 31, 2007 - Xerox Corporation recently launched an updated Web site showcasing its popular line of workflow offerings for digital presses and printers. The new and improved site, found at www.xerox.com/freeflow, details Xerox's FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection and puts a wealth of informative resources at the industry's fingertips.
Highlights of the updated site include:
- A comparison of print operations before and after the implementation of an effective digital workflow solution, giving print providers the background they need to make informed decisions.
- Detailed product information which outlines targeted solutions designed to increase the productivity and profitability of print shops of all sizes.
- Case studies which provide real-world examples of how Xerox customers have employed Xerox FreeFlow solutions to work through their workflow problems.
- Examples of the revenue-generating digital print applications that are enabled by Xerox FreeFlow offerings, includingcollateral by request, direct mail, transactional / promotional materials, and books and manuals.
Xerox FreeFlow solutions are designed to help print providers connect with their customers, reduce costs through automation, and enable new applications. By updating its Web site, Xerox seeks to connect more closely with its customers and make information easily accessible to the industry as a whole.
Additional information about Xerox's production digital printing solutions can be found at www.xerox.com/digitalprofit.
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