Goodway Group of Massachusetts was the first commercial printer in the Boston, MA metropolitan area to install a VarioPrint i300 inkjet press.
"The feedback from our customers on the quality of the prints has been overwhelmingly positive, and our capacity to print a high volume of impressions has increased dramatically," said Mike Jenoski, president and CEO of Goodway Group. "We've been able to shift work from our toner devices to the VarioPrint i300 and saved a significant amount on operating costs."
"In the first few months that we utilized the VarioPrint i300, we saw more volume every week, and started operating the press around 16 hours a day," said Sean Graveline, CEO/president, Digital Express. "The VarioPrint i300 has also given us the ability to offer a better solution to those of our customers who want the look of offset but find the cost-prohibitive. We have shifted much of our current offset business to the device, saving our customers money, as well as taken on net-new business in this area."
"The print market is constantly evolving, compelling print providers to keep pace in a never-ending race against technological advances," said Peter Kowalczuk, president of Canon Solutions America. "The VarioPrint i-series offers a tangible solution and an attractive alternative between higher-cost, less flexible inkjet web presses and lower-speed, toner-based cutsheet printers."