Presstek reports global success of My DI programme

January 3, 2018

Print Solutions

 

Presstek has announced the success of My DI, a free programme that helps customers optimise their DI offset presses to regain profitability from short run print projects.

 

Launched in October, My DI enables customers to leverage the speed, efficiency, and high quality output of DI digital printing for a wide range of applications. The programme is led by a global team of DI experts that provide one to one consulting to improve press utilisation and reduce operating costs. The DI experts are also providing exceptional pricing for consumables, parts, and services to help improve customers’ competitive positioning.

 

 Additionally, My DI customers can request a free return on investment analysis that compares their DI offset press to inkjet and toner printing. To date, the programme has identified that more than 40% of customers worldwide are underutilising their DI for jobs exceeding 500 pieces. An optimised DI press provides the speed and high quality output to stay competitive, while giving customers unparallelled environmental advantages.

‘The timing couldn’t be more perfect for the My DI programme. We are giving customers the insight and support they need to optimise their DIs and operations to gain a competitive edge,’ commented Randy Garrett, business development manager, DI Products, West Region, Presstek. ‘Each customer we meet with is benefiting from the programme. Many are experiencing a notable return on investment, in terms of quality and speed, and are out producing their in-house inkjet printers and copiers.’

Presstek’s My DI programme is free to join, and customers worldwide are encouraged to sign up to receive the benefits.

 

Visit http://www.presstek.com/mydi.htm for more information.

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