Scodix to Showcase Digital Enhancement’s Full Spectrum at the 2017 DSCOOP Annual Conference

Recent study indicates that approximately 30% of
all color promotional pages now receive special effects enhancement

PHOENIX, ARIZONA – February 27, 2017Scodix, the leading provider of digital enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry, today announced they will be exhibiting a full suite of digital applications at next week’s DSCOOP Annual Conference (March 1st thru 4th) in stand #311. Coming off a record-breaking 2016 sales year, Scodix continues to gain market share through faster throughput, unparalleled quality and registration, and now the industry’s largest toolkit of enhancement options. And yet there is still incredible growth opportunity for the company.
 
According to our recent study, ‘Beyond CMYK: The Use of Special Effects in Digital Printing’, about 30% of color promotional pages receive some type of special effects enhancement,” notes Jim Hamilton, Group Director, Keypoint Intelligence-InfoTrends. “There is a large market opportunity amounting to about 1.8 trillion pages annually in the U.S. and Western Europe that could potentially be converted to digital methods. In addition, the print buyers we surveyed see the value and are willing to pay significant premiums for this high-value output.” The report goes on to state that some 54% of print buyers will seek out and purchase digital enhancement effects in the next 2 years.
 
At DSCOOP, Scodix will be expanding overall awareness and further promoting digital enhancement adoption. To this end, the company is a Platinum Sponsor and has implemented pre-show and onsite educational programs.
 
Seeing is Believing
 
Earlier this month, Scodix randomly invited 20 different major industry service providers to submit live jobs, specialty projects and/or specific designs to the company for augmentation. In this manner, commercial printers and brand owners can see firsthand the potential impact of digital enhancement, such as Scodix Sense™ and Scodix Foil™. These completed projects will be available at the Scodix booth (#311) for their private appointments.
 
Scodix Effects on Display
 
Last year, Scodix launched two more applications, swelling the feature capabilities of the company’s most advanced system, the Scodix Ultra Pro, to a record nine different enhancement effects, more than any digital enhancement system ever. These applications now include:

About DSCOOP 2017

Founded in 2005, DSCOOP (Digital Solutions Cooperative) is an independent global community of graphic arts business owners and technical professionals who use HP Indigo, Scitex, high-end Latex, and Inkjet equipment and related solutions. Attendees can pre-register online for private booth demonstrations before the show by emailing Scodix at DSCOOP@scodix.com.

About Scodix

Scodix Ltd. is a leading provider of digital print enhancement presses for the Graphic Arts industry, giving print service providers and converters real, measurable added value to the products they deliver to their customers. Scodix gives you the tools you need to expand your product portfolio to put you one step ahead of the competition. Through our Scodix S Series, Scodix Ultra series, and Scodix E106™ press, we offer a range of applications including: Scodix Sense™ with exceptional tactile results for embosomed effects, Scodix Foil™ utilizing all types of foil, Scodix Spot™ for silkscreen effects, Scodix VDP/VDE™ (with barcode) for personalization, and Scodix Metallic™, Scodix Glitter™ and Scodix Braille™. What’s more, all Scodix applications are manufactured on a single Scodix digital enhancement press.
 
The company’s aim is to lead print enhancement into the digital age and to be known for its passion and commitment to providing what our customers need the most – true brand differentiation for today’s highly competitive printing environment. For more information please visit www.scodix.com
 
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