|New Black and White Devices from Xerox Built for Speed, Productivity and Printing on the Go
New printers from Xerox bring more speed and efficiency to small and medium sized businesses - making it easier to print high quality, professional looking documents anywhere in the building with optional Wi-Fi connectivity.
Printing at 45 pages per minute, the black and white Xerox Phaser 3610 Printer and the WorkCentre 3615 Multifunction Printer (MFP) are among the fastest devices in their categories. Both can be equipped with up to three additional 550 sheet paper trays for a total of up to 2,350 sheets to manage heavy workloads and a diverse set of media needs. The devices' true 1200 x 1200 dpi print resolution enhances sales materials, memos and invoices with sharp image quality.
Apple AirPrint, available on both, lets users print email and documents directly from their mobile iOS device when connected to the office network. Both devices work with Xerox's range of mobile print solutions.
A true multi-tasker, the WorkCentre 3615 MFP can programme the next job while others are in progress.
For additional convenience, both printers have extra high capacity toner cartridges so less time is spent reloading supplies. Paper, and its related costs, can be reduced with the automatic two sided printing, while the one sided option prints multiple pages on one sheet - a useful option when sharing presentations.
Secure Print is a standard feature on both printers to keep confidential documents away from unintended recipients. The devices also use Xerox EA Toner which provides sharper image quality and reduces CO2 emissions during manufacturing by an estimated 28 per cent, compared to conventional toners.
Both devices are available now.
Xerox Solidifies Commitment to Workflow with New Platform
Building on its strong legacy of workflow solutions, Xerox is introducing a new platform that serves customers current and future automation needs - Xerox FreeFlow Core. As the name implies, FreeFlow Core is the nucleus workflow tool for any customer environment - from small independent print shops to large multi-national production companies.
"FreeFlow Core reduces production steps, adds value to print jobs and lowers overall costs." said Mike Holyoake, general manager, Graphic Communications Operations, Xerox U.K.
Built on web based architecture, FreeFlow Core is modular and scalable, offering the flexibility and capability to easily produce complex applications through an intuitive Graphical User Interface that connects simply to existing systems.
To quickly leverage automation benefits in growth areas, FreeFlow Core can:
• Drive web to print - with XMPie StoreFlow, an all inclusive web to print solution, users can create and manage online stores and marketing portals and cost effectively scale their business through the Internet.
• Automate finishing - with the Xerox IntegratredPLUS Finishing Solution, applications including perfect bound books, saddle-stitched booklets, catalogues and greeting cards can be produced fast and efficiently with automated end to end integration of pre-press, printing, and finishing operations.
• Extend digital publishing - with the new FreeFlow Digital Publisher, developed in partnership with GTxcel, users can produce electronic versions of print campaigns that include video or audio, and track readership through built-in analytics - key to competing in today's mobile world.
In addition to the FreeFlow Core offerings, Xerox is introducing two other new workflow solutions:
Xerox IntegratedPLUS Automated Colour Management - provides automated, web-hosted colour management control for one or multiple locations. The tool, which leverages the colour expertise of Xerox partners, ensures predictable and accurate colour throughout the production process.
Xerox FreeFlow VI Suite Version 12 - allows for the design and assembly of complex jobs right at the printer. With these upgraded tools, users can create XML driven promotional jobs, incorporate barcodes, print directly from SAP applications, and generate hard copy output and PDF files for electronic distribution - all in one step.
Availability All solutions will be available from October 2013, except FreeFlow Digital Publisher, which will be available in the second quarter of 2014.
Learn more at www.xerox.com .