KONICA SHOWCASES LEADING THIRD-PARTY PARTNERSHIPS AT ON DEMAND 200115 Mar, 2001
KONICA SHOWCASES LEADING THIRD-PARTY PARTNERSHIPS AT ON DEMAND 2001
Konica Business Technologies, Inc., in Windsor, Ct., the innovative leader in digital imaging solutions, showcased its “Application Revolution” at the On Demand Digital Printing & Publishing Strategy Conference & Exposition (On Demand).
Konica’s “Application Revolution” centers around the marketplace trend that more and more business environments continue to turn to digital document imaging. Konica, acknowledging this industry movement, has teamed up with leading solution providers. Applications supplied through these business relationships work seamlessly with Konica’s full line of document printing systems to accomplish functions that were only available on high-end mainframes and high-volume mechanical printing machines.
Highlights of the “Application Revolution” Showcase…
· Unify Konica from Advanced High Tech (AHT), a high-volume clustering and printing solution
· PrintshopMail™ from Atlas Software, a product that supports all major RIP technologies and integrates information from the database into the layout of a document
· Off-Host Software from BARR Systems, print document management solutions
· Create!Form International’s Create!flash™ printing solution, merging forms and data on a PostScript® printer
· i?data International’s Konica NetFusion Interface Cards and Konica Secure Printing
· IMR’s Alchemy® archival and document management software
· Xenos Group’s Print Stream Products that enable companies to transform legacy data streams from their mainframe to PDF, PCL and Postscript®
Newest Products Displayed at On Demand
Konica also displayed and demonstrate its newest printers and copiers along with its applications at On Demand. They included: the FORCE 75 Production Printing System, the powerful digital printing solution designed to support a wide range of printing applications such as “back office” data center environments; the 7075 and 7065, high-volume printers/copiers for document production environments; the 7832 and 7920 Color Imaging Systems; and the 7035 and 7045 designed to meet medium-size workgroups demands for faster multifunctionality.
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