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Xante announces further ties with Ricoh   18 September 2014   


Ricoh production print sales forces in North America (and maybe other markets to follow) are distributing Xante's Impressia Digital Multi-Media Press with the Enterprise High Speed Feed System.  The Impressia's engine is made by Ricoh, and can deliver 2400 dpi on a wide variety of stocks.  So Ricoh already know the machine - and their customers will be able to benefit from the established strengths of Xante's feeder.  They are highlighting its strengths as an envelope feeder but the machine also offers swift media changeovers.

Both companies are highlighting how this partnership has been easy and has already produced tangible results.  Ricoh's benefit is the high-speed envelope feeder, and Xante's is that a company Ricoh's size will be marketing both the Impressia and Xante's iQueue workflow software.

tags : Ricoh, Xanté, iQueue  



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