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Pazazz to Install Xerox iGen4 Press

Press release from the issuing company

Montreal, Quebec, - Pazazz, the forward thinking printing company and leader in customer-focused printing innovation, today unveiled its newest acquisition, the Xerox iGen4 press with enhanced G7 Print Master colour management tools and in-line output profiling and advanced variable capabilities - ready to deliver digital print with unparalleled colour quality.

The iGen4 press is one of the most productive and high-quality cut-sheet digital colour presses in the printing industry, with superior quality images and consistent colour from the first print to the last. The Pazazz digital department plans to use the iGen4 press to produce direct marketing pieces such as full-colour booklets, brochures, manuals and postcards with variable data and image options.

Achieving colour quality and consistency remains one of the biggest challenges facing the printing industry, but with the new integrated and automated tools available with the iGen4 press the guesswork is completely removed, resulting in professional quality colour to present the desired output the first time and every time.

The Xerox iGen4 includes an in-line Spectrophotometer (ILS). Integrated profile making with G7 colour management standards ensures accurate colours and maximum gamut utilization. Combined with spot colour management, profile making allows for dynamic Pantone colour adjustments to ensure corporate colours are always a match. The Xerox iGen4 is also equipped with XMPie software capable of producing complete personalized direct marketing campaigns with variable data and images.

"The iGen4 press is yet another example of our commitment to offer our clients the highest standards in print to ensure the best quality available for our clients," explains Warren Werbitt Founder and CEO at Pazazz. "We can confidently deliver outstanding image quality; utilize maximum speed, advanced variable options and unsurpassed reliability with the iGen4 press."