Trend is pleased to announce the hiring of Michael Murphy as its new Chief Performance Officer. Michael’s position at Trend will focus on operational excellence and automation through software intelligence. A graduate of RIT and former President of Japs-Olson, Michael joins the executive team at Trend with more than 25 years of experience in the print and mail industries. Michael is known for being a transformational and highly engaged leader with significant experience in developing people, processes, and technology.
Signifying a continued commitment to innovation and investment in the monochrome production print market, Canon U.S.A., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has announced the arrival of the third generation of the varioPRINT DP product line with the release of the varioPRINT 140 Series. Consisting of models that print at speeds of up to 140 ipm, 130 ipm and 115 ipm(1), the new Series incorporates the proven reliability that varioPRINT users depend on and features market-driven extensions to help print service providers who work with high monochrome workloads meet the deadlines, quality and flexibility expectations of their customers.
Positioned for small to mid-sized commercial printers and in-plants, the convenience, reliability and efficiency of the varioPRINT 140 Series makes the device optimal for environments with average monthly print volumes up to 800,000 letter-size images. Enhancements to copy and scan capabilities in the new series address the high document digitization needs in markets such as legal, healthcare and education.
“Monochrome printed documents likely affect all facets of our everyday life, from educational materials to legal briefs to books and user manuals. Understandably, monochrome printed pages are projected to remain the largest by volume in the coming years and there is still a strong desire for devices dedicated to black-and-white printing,” said Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “The varioPRINT 140 Series highlights Canon’s on-going commitment to answer the demands of all production markets. A worthy successor to Canon’s previous monochrome devices, it provides reliability and versatility for environments with the need for efficient and cost-effective black-and-white production printing.”
Dave Erlandson, General Manager of Caslon & Company, also adds, “It’s interesting to note that monochrome printing remains a vital component of the business for many in-plants and commercial printers, which is why we continue to see investment in the new monochrome printing platforms from industry leaders such as Canon. Canon’s next generation of monochrome presses is raising the bar. Long known for rock solid reliability, the varioPRINT line and the latest PRISMAsync capabilities will help enhance throughput and reduce labor costs as print service provider strive to be more efficient and profitable.”
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