Xante Digital Presses Produce Over One Billion Envelopes in 2017

Xante Digital Multimedia Presses and their thousands of satisfied owners successfully produced over one billion #10 envelopes in 2017. This massive volume of print testifies to the endurance and capacity of Xante print solutions for commercial print providers and in-plants worldwide. ?Within the decade since Xante introduced its first digital envelope press, our customers have reached many milestones in printing. This latest achievement is just the beginning of a new trend in envelope printing as we continue to innovate and improve the capabilities of our digital presses,? said Robert Ross, President & CEO of Xante.

Xante Digital Multimedia Presses are found in a wide range of commercial print providers, both independent and franchised, and in many in-plant operations including schools and universities, hospitals, manufacturers, and e-commerce. The Impressia Digital Multimedia Press is the overwhelming choice of print providers for profitable short-run printing with its ability to produce full color envelopes for as little as one penny per impression. The innovative iQueue workflow software that powers the Xante digital presses enjoys widespread popularity as the easiest to learn, most full-featured, and least costly to maintain production workflow application available to print providers.

Xante Digital Multimedia Presses and iQueue workflow software are available directly from Xante and through a vast network of Xante dealers worldwide.

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About Xante

Xante develops and markets innovative specialty printing systems for commercial and in-plant printer operations including: the market-leading Impressia Digital Multimedia Press, the Heavyweight Champion Digital Press, the Excelagraphix 4800 Digital Package Printer, and the new X-32 Industrial Production UV Printer. All Xante print systems are powered by iQueue digital front end software.

Xante, the Xante logo, Impressia, and iQueue are trademarks or registered trademarks of Xante Corporation.

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