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Pinnacle Data Systems Named A Xerox Graphic Arts Premier Partner

Press release from the issuing company

BIRMINGHAM, AL AND ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 16th, 2007 — Pinnacle Data Systems, L.L.C. has joined the Xerox Corporation Graphic Arts Premier Partners Program, a global network of leading print providers dedicated to developing new business opportunities with digital technologies.  Members are selected based upon their commitment to meeting their customers’ needs through innovative use of these new technologies, including Xerox digital printing systems and services.
“If you are doing business with a Xerox Premier Partner, you are doing business with a digital printing leader who is dedicated to precisely meeting your communications needs,” said Bob Wagner, vice president, Xerox Creative Services Business and Premier Partners Program.  “Xerox Premier Partners strive to help you improve your business, rather than simply fulfill your print orders.”
The outstanding image quality achieved on today’s digital presses make the technology’s many advantages more broadly applicable than ever before as a highly suitable complement to offset printing. Those advantages include fast, affordable turnarounds of high-quality pieces in volumes as low as one; personalization of individual pieces in a long print run to support data-driven, relevant, one-to-one marketing; and seamless integration with the Web to automate ordering, proofing and other tasks.  The Premier Partners Program provides a wide range of educational, peer-networking and business-development initiatives to help members make the most of these opportunities.
“Our selection as a Xerox Premier Partner is both an acknowledgement of our success and a promise of our continued leadership,” said Robert Reddinger, President, Pinnacle Data Systems, L.L.C..  “Xerox is the clear-cut leader in this industry.  By networking with leading Xerox customers and executives, we expect to continue gaining the insights that keep us at the forefront of the new business of printing.”