6000-series owners will be able to purchase SpeedPass upgrade licences for short periods to cope with peak production phases, with Océ claiming the upgrades boost speed in some cases by up to 60 per cent.
“This will be welcomed by all customers who experience seasonal production peaks”, said David McCracken (pictured, right), product manager for production printing at Océ Australia. “In these tough times, Océ Australia is aware of the challenges businesses face and is working with customers to ensure they maximise productivity benefits to stay ahead of their competition.”
One organisation already taking advantage of the offer is the Chisholm Institute of TAFE in Dandenong, with CIO Chris van der Weyden (pictured, left) saying the upgrade is particularly useful with the school required to produce 50 per cent of its annual print output over a three-month period.
“Being able to upgrade our speed for this time will have a huge impact on our productivity and help reduce overtime or extra shifts,” he said.
Océ Australia has also announced the release of version 4.1 of its PRISMAsync software for the 6000-series, which will be supplied to all existing 6000-series customers free of charge.
The software features Océ’s ScreenPoint technology, which allows users to fine-tune the brightness and contrast of files directly at the printer, eliminating the need to make adjustments to the original desktop file.
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