The Scodix line of embellishment applications offers Alexander’s Print Advantage, a US-based printing and fulfilment company, a new standard in automated embellishment, streamlining its print-to-finishing process to provide increased efficiency for its digital workflow. Alexander’s is replacing its current digital enhancement solution with a Scodix Ultra 2000 Digital Enhancement press.
Established in 1976, Alexander’s is a family-owned global automated printing and fulfilment company based in Utah, with a customer base spanning 16 countries. The company prides itself on its sophisticated automated workflow, developed in-house, which streamlines production and enables the fastest time-to-delivery for its diverse customer base.
Replacing two digital finishing solutions with one Scodix press creates a more efficient and robust production line at Alexander’s, enhancing its sophisticated automated printing workflow. A key strength of Alexander’s multidimensional marketing approach is the removal of bottlenecks in the tight order-to-delivery process, clearing the way for better customer engagement across channels. The supreme embellishment quality offered by Scodix presses was a significant draw and effective addition for the company.
‘We are enthusiastic about what’s coming our way with our Scodix press,’ said Charlie Alexander, VP Sales. ‘Our Scodix press will support time-sensitive production to our wide customer base. Additionally, we can offer our customers premier choices in quality and design for embellishment, executing and running jobs quickly once it is in our process, without concern for quality and consistency.’
‘Print leaders can be assured of the high quality and economic embellishment applications delivered by Scodix, underpinned by data-driven sustainability,’ said Scodix President of Americas, Jason Rollo. ‘By investing in the Scodix Ultra 2000 to replace other enhancement solutions, Alexander’s substantiates our role in breaking barriers inherent in the embellishment process. We look forward to supporting Alexander’s installation of its Scodix press in their automated workflow.’