According to Max Decia, Print To Post managing director, the decision to go with the DocuColor 6060 came after he recognised the ever-increasing demand for colour variable data printing.
“Print To Post has been searching for a solution for over five years and nothing came close to the DocuColor 6060,” says Decia.
“The DocuColor 6060 is perfect for full colour variable data printing and the flexibility that it delivers is tremendous, allowing us to throughput a variety of paper stocks and giving us more scope to tackle new and innovative applications in the future.”
The suite of software products encompassed in Fuji Xerox Varicolor campaign, which includes Printshop Mail, Darwin Desktop, VIPP and Autograph, were also a defining reason behind Decia’s choice to go with the DocuColor 6060. According to Decia, this software will be able to take his company’s stable of direct marketing work including laser printing, envelope inserting, short-run book printing and fulfilment, to an all new level.
“The integration of VIPP and Darwin Desktop will allow us to be totally versatile in the marketplace, covering a broad range of applications by utilising PC and Macintosh based solutions. Having VIPP and Darwin will also eliminate a lot of production issues that we used to experience like font problems,” says Decia.
“The variable colour market is currently in its infancy, with huge growth expectations predicted to occur in the next couple of years. The DocuColor 6060 paired with VIPP and Darwin Desktop is the perfect package to penetrate the growing variable colour market and give Print To Post a leading edge.”
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