Xerox and Business Partners to Highlight Digital Technology at Graph Expo22 Oct, 2008
Xerox and Business Partners to Highlight Digital Technology at Graph Expo
Rochester, NY, (October 20, 2008) - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is teaming with its Xerox Business Partners to give print providers a glimpse of the latest digital printing technologies that will help produce high-margin print jobs such as digital books, photo specialty products, marketing collateral and customized direct-mail campaigns.
More than two dozen business partners will showcase software and finishing solutions on display at Xerox's booth at Graph Expo, the nation's largest annual printing trade show, Oct. 26-29 in Chicago.
Visitors to Xerox's booth, No. 1219, will get hands-on demonstrations and talk to Xerox and business partner representatives throughout the booth. Key industry topics will be covered, such as how to produce books and manuals, collateral, direct mail and transpromo documents, and how digital and offset technologies can work together seamlessly. Several partners' products have been given the designation "Optimized for Xerox FreeFlow," a reflection of extensive integration efforts, including test and validation, utilizing Xerox FreeFlow software development kits.
"Applications are the language of our customers. Xerox, along with our business partners, delivers solutions to help our customers generate profitable applications, regardless of their size or focus," said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. "There's no better way to learn about the power of these solutions then to see them in action."
Attendees can see a host of products that deliver real-world, profitable applications The Xerox Business Partner Program consists of leading software and hardware providers that extend the functionality of Xerox products and services. Xerox and these companies enable print providers to take advantage of new digital printing opportunities through expanded applications or reduced costs. The program has been helping customers optimize their operations for more than 25 years.