Fujifilm BI APAC wins BLI 2022 PRO Award from Keypoint Intelligence

Fujifilm Business Innovation (BI) Asia Pacific recently won the Buyers Lab (BLI) 2022 PRO Award from Keypoint Intelligence in the outstanding high-volume CMYK+ production device category.

The Revoria Press PC1120’s specialty colours, mixed-media handling capabilities, efficient production workflow and an achievement of the highest five-star rating in colour gamut were the reasons for it winning the award.

With a high print speed of 120 pages per minute over a wide range of media types and paper weight as well as 2,400 dpi true/real output resolution, this production press was designed to maximise users’ business potential through infinite colour possibilities, out-of-the-box productivity, and limitless capabilities.

Its single pass, six colour engine, offers CMYK+ expressions with an expanded gamut of colours and enhanced vibrancy.

Workflow is also made seamless with AI technologies — removing the hassle of pre-production enhancements such as 10-bit gradation correction and enabling smoother skin tones and colour vibrancy together with the Pink toner.

According to Keypoint Intelligence, the winning highlights of the Revoria Press PC1120 are the six colour stations with before-and-after CMYK capabilities that allow for wider range of inline creative options than other production devices on the market.

The wide media handling capabilities of the production press ensures no slowdown on mixed-media workflows, resulting in more work to be handled inline as a single job submission.

Furthermore, the device offers the largest CMYK colour gamut seen to date, which coupled with the range of specialty colours creates a very large colour palette.

The Revoria Flow PC11’s customisable intuitive platform also enables efficient management of the device and excellent remote management capabilities.

“With print service providers (PSPs) looking to provide a wider range of output options to clients, whose aim is to ensure their printed pieces stand out from the crowd, the Fujifilm Revoria Press PC1120 really shines,” Keypoint Intelligence director of EMEA/Asia research and lab services David Sweetnam said.

“The extra imaging stations before and after the standard CMYK units, along with the diverse range of toner options, make the device stand out amongst others in this digital arena.”

“We are delighted to receive the recognition given to the Revoria Press PC1120. The award has established its position as one of the best digital production colour presses in the market for productivity, flexibility and workflow,” Fujifilm BI APAC graphic communication services business general manager Scott Mackie said.

“This recognition has ratified our mission and commitment to never stop innovating to deliver customer value and create greater customers’ opportunity in the region. We are excited to show more of what we can do in the future.”

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