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RISO signs with Sir Speedy, PIP Printing, Signal Graphics

Feb 26, 2010 12:00 AM

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RISO Inc. (Danvers, MA) announces its ComColor high-speed inkjet printers are now available to Sir Speedy, PIP Printing and Marketing Services, and Signal Graphics franchisees under a special pricing agreement. Through this agreement, RISO makes three specially designed business solution packages available to their locations in the United States.

“This agreement enables Sir Speedy, PIP and Signal Graphics franchise owners to provide their customers with new and unique capabilities in digital color applications,” says David Murphy, vice president, marketing, RISO. “With ComColor high-speed inkjet printers, Sir Speedy, PIP and Signal Graphics can offer an expanded range of color services, including personalized full-color envelopes, letters, cards, transactional documents, and other low-cost variable data print materials at low costs and turnaround times.”

“The high speed and VDP versatility of RISO’s ComColor inkjet printers will help expand our offerings to our customers,” adds John McNew, manager of vendor relations for Franchise Services, parent company of the Sir Speedy, PIP and Signal Graphics brands. “Our franchise locations already offer a broad range of printing and marketing services to our business customers. With the ComColor printers, we are able to expand the range of printing and marketing services we can provide while meeting our customers’ needs for fast turnarounds.”

Printing up to 150 ppm, ComColor inkjet printers handle volumes up to 500,000 pages per month. The ComColor no-heat imaging system offers increased reliability, reliability, and low operating costs.