*NEWS*OCE IMAGISTICS UNVEILS NEW STRATEGY

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*NEWS*OCE IMAGISTICS UNVEILS NEW STRATEGY

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    Oce Imagistics Unveils New Strategy for In-plant Print Shop Market
    TRUMBULL,
    Conn.,JUNE 06– Signaling a strong focus on corporate print shops, Oce
    Imagistics today announced a comprehensive program developed to
    evaluate the rapidly-changing needs of today’s back-office print
    operation, and address them with customized digital printing equipment,
    software, services and support. The Oce Professional Printroom Program
    is the centerpiece of the company’s Digital Print Centers group.”The
    pressure is on,” said Eric de Goeijen, vice president, Marketing,
    Digital Print Centers, Oce Imagistics. “Today’s corporate print shop
    manager needs to satisfy the CFO with stringent cost controls and, at
    the same time, offer internal customers the value-added,
    state-of-the-art services they need to compete in the marketplace.”A
    complete marketing proposition that helps organizations establish or
    expand their centralized printing capability, the Professional
    Printroom Program calls upon a team of professionals who focus solely
    on in-house print shop operations. The team combines a level of skill
    and specialization that is unmatched in the industry with a product
    portfolio that is wide and deep, vastly increasing the shop’s
    productivity and helping print shop managers build a greater level of
    client trust.

    A three-pronged approach
    Popular
    printers offered under the Professional Printroom Program include
    monochrome products such as the Oce VarioPrint 2100 and 2110 cut-sheet
    printers and the VarioPrint 5160 Advanced printer. The
    recently-unveiled Oce VarioPrint 6250, the world’s fastest duplex
    printer, is a watershed product for this market. Also featured are
    color devices such as the Oce CPS 800 and 900 printers and multi-engine
    CPT systems. The color systems have been lauded for their remarkably
    consistent color output, achieved without calibration, at speeds as
    fast as 90 pages per minute.At the heart of the proposition is Oce
    PRISMA workflow software, the most comprehensive architected suite of
    software available. Oce PRISMA modules such as DPconnect, DPconvert and
    DPlink, make it easy to integrate with or migrate from legacy printers
    from Xerox Corp.Professional services comprise the third part of the
    Professional Printroom Program. Trained analysts and specialized sales
    consultants co-manage the process every step of the way, backed up by a
    service staff who won BERTL’s platinum reader choice award in 2005.
    Implementing the Professional Printroom Program
    The
    program is based on a realistic phased approach, with each step
    including tangible and measurable business objectives. Following an
    initial assessment period, it delineates four phases: digital
    printroom; service printroom; convergence printroom; and enterprise
    printroom. Clients can advance through phases as quickly or slowly as
    their needs dictate.The program offers two options for the assessment
    phase. The Oce Printroom Business Scan, conducted by a certified Oce
    account manager, provides relatively fast insight into current state
    and growth opportunities. More complex operations can benefit from the
    Oce Printroom Assessment, an in-depth 360-degree evaluation that
    identifies both challenges and opportunities along with realistic ways
    to address each.Entering the digital printroom phase gives clients many
    of digital printing’s incremental capabilities. Operators control
    workflow by editing, prioritizing and queuing incoming jobs. Remote
    access to printing devices maximizes uptime. The digital printroom
    phase also can add basic finishing options such as stapling and
    collating — needed for complex jobs that include tabs, covers,
    inserts, chapterization or a mix of color and monochrome pages. At this
    phase, organizations already will experience a jump in productivity.The
    next level of service is achieved with the service printroom, which
    combines digital printroom functionality with more sophisticated
    capabilities that provide the best possible level of service to
    internal customers. Sophisticated capabilities such as advanced job
    submission, convenient re-ordering, automatic document design, make
    ready and clean-up as well as scan to archive, CD or e-mail enable a
    new level of productivity and customer satisfaction. Load balancing and
    integration of non-Oce hardware optimize the shop’s equipment
    investment.The print shop becomes a strategically-significant resource
    at the convergence printroom phase where transaction-oriented
    datastreams and traditional print shop functions merge. Personalization
    capabilities mean more effective documents and sizeable cost-savings
    are achieved by around-the-clock utilization of equipment.In the
    enterprise printroom model, all of the organization’s print shops are
    centralized — regardless of geography. The oft-discussed
    distribute-then-print architecture becomes reality at this stage,
    offering substantial savings in transportation and energy costs and
    expanding just-in-time delivery of print jobs. Centralized, multi-site
    management enables a comprehensive, enterprise-wide load-balancing and
    asset utilization model, and establishes global synergies with business
    processes.