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EFI unveils new Fiery digital front end for colour printer
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Aug '16
Courtesy: EFI
Courtesy: EFI
Electronics For Imaging (EFI), a global technology company that specialises in digital printing technology, has announced the launch of a new Fiery digital front end (DFE) that drives the next generation of Ricoh's family of colour multi-function printers (MFPs), driven by Rico's new Workstyle Innovation Technology platform designed to support both enterprise and office environments.

The new EFI Fiery E-23C DFE delivers popular variable data printing (VDP) capabilities with the easy-to-use, built-in Fiery FreeForm. Plus, it gives users the competitive advantage of superior processing performance, with Fiery SmartRIP technology, which quickly and easily processes even complex, content- and image-rich files by intelligently streamlining the processing of queued jobs. Users gain a higher level of performance and speed to process and produce professional-looking prints in-house, such as booklets, brochures, manuals, and flyers on demand, saving time, and money.

The Fiery E-23C DFE is available with optional tools that drive even greater performance with automated job submission and streamlined document workflows. Optional and standard features with the new digital print workflow products enable users to print with confidence and ease without expert knowledge to achieve superior colour quality and extended job processing capabilities.

John Brophy, vice president, product marketing, Ricoh USA, Inc., said, “The new DFE will help customers gain even more improvements in their high-end digital colour printing. Our four new Ricoh colour MFPs are affordable, versatile and highly productive systems that have been designed to help seamlessly support the colour intensive workflow requirements for busy office workgroups and enterprise environments. The Fiery E-23C provides our customers with the power to quickly and efficiently produce high-quality finished prints with accurate and pleasing colour.”

John Henze, vice president of Fiery marketing, EFI said, “Once again we have partnered with Ricoh to drive their next generation of multi-function printers with our industry-leading Fiery technology, to provide customers with exceptional out-of-the-box colour and high performance. For more advanced users, additional optional tools like the Fiery Productivity Package now enable more integration and automation that can further increase productivity.” (GK)

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