BOCA RATON, FL – May 26, 2004 – Oce, a global leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, today announced it will introduce a powerful combination of new hardware and software solutions during an extensive series of launch activities that kick off June 1 and run through August 4. The events demonstrate Océ’s commitment to helping customers excel in all aspects of their document strategies, from providing the best tools and resources to sharing the knowledge and information that help drive smarter business results.
The Océ Simply Smarter Symposia provide busy document professionals with a convenient way to learn about the industry's latest trends, technology, best practices, workflow, and industry solutions. Emphasizing the theme of the symposia—that the most brilliant ideas are simple—Océ is making it easy for document professionals to learn how to improve their document processes and simplify the complexities of producing documents in today's demanding economic environment. The Symposia bring the latest solutions, technology, and learning sessions directly to customers in over 20 cities and 14 states across the US. The full schedule is available at www.oceusa.com/smarterschedule. Document professionals from every industry group can cost-effectively evaluate new technology without incurring the time and monetary expense of traveling to a trade show.
Océ will demonstrate solutions that combine recent technology innovations with leading edge workflow and industry solutions designed to solve the toughest business challenges. Attendees will learn how their peers and leading companies in the financial, legal, manufacturing, education, government and other industries are applying the "brilliance of simplicity" to find smarter ways to produce documents, reduce costs, automate processes, and improve workflow flexibility in data centers, CRDs, enterprise networks and on demand printing environments.
"Océ recognizes that companies need to be able to work smarter and implement more effective solutions to meet the challenges of producing many types of applications in complex, multi-vendor, multi-platform, multi-location environments," said Carl Joachim, vice president of marketing for Océ North America’s Digital Document Systems Division. "With Océ Simply Smarter local events, attendees can meet with industry experts and peers, see the latest technology, acquire the knowledge they need to make informed business decisions, and learn about the newest strategies and technology available."
Attendees at the coast-to-coast symposia will see Océ’s latest hardware and software integrated as comprehensive solutions, many of which will be geared toward the specific requirements of various industry segments. New offerings will be introduced for the Océ PRISMA software family, Océ VarioStream and Océ VarioPrint digital printing systems, and Océ’s groundbreaking color solutions.
"What we are doing in the marketplace is simply a smarter approach to providing our customers with the information and solutions they need," Joachim added. "Companies don’t want a patchwork approach with their workflow or their introduction to new technology. They want simple, comprehensive solutions that meet their requirements for immediate information and integrated solutions. The Simply Smarter Symposia give customers hands on access to the latest digital technologies through educational seminars and comprehensive hands on demonstrations."
To find out more and register for the Océ "Simply Smarter" Symposia, visit www.oceusa.com/smarterschedule.
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