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New Oce VarioPrint Titanium Printers Win Better Buys for Business Editor's Choice Award

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CHICAGO, Oct. 16 -- Oce, a global leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, announces that its new Oce VarioPrint 2090 Titanium, Oce VarioPrint 2100 Titanium and Oce VarioPrint 2110 Titanium printers have received the coveted 2007 Editor's Choice Award from Better Buys for Business. Better Buys for Business is the leading independent buyer's guide to office equipment. In selecting Editor's Choice winners, a team of office equipment researchers and editors honors printers that serve as benchmarks of high quality, exceptional performance and real value. "With the Oce VarioPrint 2100 and 2110 Titanium models, Oce has combined its usual high levels of reliability with an increasingly flexible set of features and options that boost productivity and usability," said Better Buys for Business Editor, Steve Hannaford. Representing truly "best-in-class" machines, the new Oce VarioPrint Titanium printers are designed for non-stop production, streamlined processing, and complete reliability for longer runs of fast, unattended printing. They also maintain Oce's total commitment to environmentally sound technology. The family of Oce VarioPrint Titanium printers includes the Oce VarioPrint 2090 Titanium for light production, and the Oce VarioPrint 2100/2110 Titanium models for mid to heavy production. As a result, a wide range of customers can achieve greater productivity and quality in a variety of applications. "We are extremely proud to be selected for the Editor's Choice Award. It validates the depth of value Oce brings to the marketplace, from engineering excellence and environmental sensitivity to high quality and versatility that help our customers achieve breakthrough performance," said Eric de Goeijen, Vice President of Marketing, Oce Imagistics Digital Print Center group. The October 2006 issue of The High-Volume Copier and Multifunctional Guide notes the Titanium printers feature Oce's traditional rugged design. It points out that Oce attention to precise page registration results in consistent positioning, which is very important for book publishing applications that must deliver total quality in order to keep customers and grow business. The Guide notes that the Titanium systems can handle media that might easily jam in other machines, such as pre-drilled three-hole paper. This lets users select the media that best suits their requirements without worry about interruptions to time-sensitive workflow. Finishing is a strong point, according to the Guide. As a result, customers can achieve inline publishing workflow that delivers maximum productivity. The report states "Oce is taking a leadership role in green technology with these products." The guide acknowledges the power of Oce PRISMA production workflow software, noting that it "rivals Xerox's well-known FreeFlow."

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