Digital is the way to go!

-HS Laxmi Graphic Innovation, Kolkata streamlines its operations with bizhub PRESS C1085

With demands for high volume as well as diverse printing requirements at an all time high, printing businesses are eagerly hunting for new digital printing solutions to sustain themselves in this highly competitive segment. Barun Maiti, owner of Kolkata based printing firm ‘HS Laxmi Graphic Innovation,’ shares, “I felt that shorter run jobs and variable jobs was increasing day by day and with cut throat competition and fixed deadlines, digital was the best way to move forward and set up base in this domain. Following which I deployed Konica Minolta’s engine Bizhub 1085, owing to its unprecedented printing quality, high productivity and ability to perform high volume printing operations of diverse formats,’’ says Maiti.

Today his firm is witnessing a rapid growth in the space of digital printing, owing to reduced dependency on outsourcing operations. He is also highly impressed with Konica Minolta’s strong local service support network which convinced him to pick the company’s solution after evaluating a host of offerings from other vendors to cater to his company’s end to end printing requirements.

“Konica Minolta was the number one brand in our list with its dedicated team in the east and good print quality of KM engine Bizhub 1085 press. It was also easier to trust a brand where communication levels were open and supportive,” added Maiti.

While, Yuji Nakata, MD, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Pvt Ltd, said “Enabling business expansion to our esteemed customers is our utmost priority. We are extremely happy over the deployment of our industry leading bizhub PRESS C1085, which enables high volume and varied printing outputs by HS Laxmi Graphic Innovation. Our highly skilled workforce will continue to strengthen the company’s product portfolio in the digital domain in years to come.’’

Bizhub PRESS C1085 also boasts of ‘Exact Colour,’ a high precision colour management software and 3D collaboration to ensure minimal colour differences in environments where colour fluctuations are very easy to manage.

“Digitally printed sheet are growing and will continue to grow and no one can stop that. Most of the jobs these days are shifting from long runs to short runs with customer opting for variable data printing. However the need has also risen for large size digital presses going forward,’’ concludes Maiti.

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