When David Clarke, owner of the Snap Centre in Caulfield South, Melbourne decided to invest in digital technology, he had no doubt about what he wanted to achieve.
As a skilled offset printer, colour quality and registration were paramount, as were speed and ease of use, irrespective of skill level. David also wanted to streamline and automate as much of his operation as possible to free up valuable time, achieve consistency, reduce wastage and cut costs.
“I needed to be able to guarantee traditional offset excellence but with all the speed and benefits of digital production,” said David.
David installed an imagePRESS C800 with full PRISMAsync workflow. The investment took his business to a whole new level and in no time PRISMAsync empowered his employees to work at maximum productivity.
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