imageData Group, an industry leader in data-driven print and imaging, proudly announces a transformative investment by its Brighton operations in the state-of-the-art Xerox Iridesse digital printing technology. This strategic move underscores imageData’s commitment to innovation, automation, and customer satisfaction.
The Xerox Iridesse boasts advanced automation features that promise to streamline workflows, resulting in faster turnarounds and heightened productivity. Another of its key differentiators is its ability to transcend the traditional CMYK colour spectrum, allowing imageData to offer a stunning array of additional colours including white, clear, silver, gold, and fluorescent pink. This technological leap will bring unprecedented vibrancy and depth to imageData’s prints, opening doors to more creative possibilities for their clients.
Jason Vivian, imageData’s Operations Director, commented: “Our investment in the Xerox Iridesse not only signifies our dedication to remaining at the forefront of print technology, but also our commitment to adding value to our clients’ projects.”
“By delivering a broader spectrum of colours and enhanced automation, we are poised to expand our market presence and offer our clients a truly unparalleled printing experience. imageData’s new venture with the Xerox Iridesse marks an exciting chapter for the company and further cements our status as an industry leader.”
Adding his thoughts on the new contract, Nick Bridge, General Manager, Xerox Production, said: “We have nurtured a long and successful relationship with imageData and this investment is testament to that, supported by the excellent work of both imageData and Xerox’s local teams.”
“imageData’s true investment is not only in the press but in the wider Xerox ecosystem, which includes support, training and business development. The Xerox Iridesse is a revolutionary digital printing technology that offers an expanded colour range and is driven by highly advanced automation features, setting a new standard for print quality and efficiency in the modern era.”