OCÉ OPENS 4000SQM PRODUCTION PRINTING CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE CENTRE

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Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, has announced that its new Production Printing Customer Experience Centre in Poing, Germany (near Munich) has opened its doors to the public. The centre underlines Océs leadership approach of being a world-class digital printing and workflow solutions company. Not just a simple product showroom, the centre emphasises physically Océs commitment to put customers’ needs first.
With more than 4 000sqm of floor space now available, the centre sets the stage for the companys flagship continuous feed production colour printing and workflow solutions.

This new showroom is designed to be a live performance environment for business leaders and digital printing experts, a place where our customers can experience the future of production colour printing. Visitors can see their own applications running on our high-speed inkjet- and toner-based systems, said Sebastian Landesberger, executive vice president at Océ Production Printing Systems. We will also allow our worldwide guests a privileged view from behind the scenes of our R&D innovation hub.

Whether it’s migration from monochrome to colour, VDP, solutions for transaction, TransPromo and direct mail or combined digital and offset printing applications, solutions for the graphics industry, for digital newspaper and book production, it’s all on display in the centre. In business development and application areas, Océ customers get the opportunity to see real live applications from business leading clients around the world. Additionally they can dive into their specific business models and experience new perspectives for their own business.

The new premises comprise the full line of established Océ toner-based systems such as the ColorStream 10000 Flex, along with the latest high-speed inkjet systems of the JetStream family and the ColorStream 3500. The company’s own PRISMA workflow software on display operates with finishing solutions and state-of-the-art VDP requirements.

By making a visit to the centre an integral part of their decision-making process, visitors will see first-hand how the company addresses document production challenges. During their stay, customers and business experts can explore a variety of high-level print and output management strategies to help them decide how to best meet their business goals and to prepare for the future.

A multi-functional high-tech space of additional 3 000sqm can be rented by third parties as a location for conventions and events, offering a real venue enrichment in the Munich area. The centre offers purpose-built convention facilities for in-depth technology sessions, parallel workshops accommodating up to 300 people and a multi-functional stage for high-level presentations, product introductions including catering and more.

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