Pamex 2024: Xerox to exhibit a range of digital print technologies

Xerox will be demonstrating its portfolio of production printing presses with a scalable range of colour production solutions to redefine the production market with a plethora of speciality colours enabling print providers to profitably grow their business along with multifunction office printers, at Pamex 2024.

04 Feb 2024 | By PrintWeek Team

Shankaracharya Laskar, director, technology and channels, Xerox India, “We will showcase end-to-end production technologies ranging from the Xerox flagship Iridesse production press with the ability to securely print 10 colours and six in a single pass, ensuring utmost security, followed by the evergreen Versant 280 and PrimeLinkC9070, both with 11 colours options and the ability to print four speciality colours in a single pass.”

At the show, the company will also showcase the multifunction office printers Altalink C8130 and Versalink C7120 inbuilt with easy-to-use interfaces, reliable paper handling, advanced security and sophisticated tools for controlling costs to support you and maximise output. 

Laskar said: “Our participation in Pamex 2024 allows us to have active conversations on how our solutions are driven by advanced automation to ensure customer jobs run virtually on autopilot. This is essential given how labour-intensive the graphic communications market is. Without automation, digital transformation is impossible. We have already advanced past that capability to adaptive workflow automation where the attributes of a job can be analysed, and then the appropriate workflow path identified based on established rules.”

He said predictive workflow automation will dynamically adjust based on trends, such as seasonal or monthly peaks. The advancement of productivity-driving automation technologies such as automation, analytics and artificial intelligence (AAAI) will eventually lead to autonomous print production where workflow software — informed by data and predictive models from intelligent dashboards — will make decisions for how to prepare, optimize, route, distribute, and produce print jobs automatically.

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