John Sides, production manager, the Cody Enterprise said, “There has been a huge improvement in print quality. We were having issues with rub-off that (with OnColor ECO) immediately went away. Registration improved and ink settings were more forgiving which led to faster start-ups.”
There has been no capital investment or start-up costs for the twice-weekly newspaper as the usage fee is based simply upon the volume of files processed, no matter how large the file. The financial return has therefore been immediate.
Files processed in the Cloud take only two or three minutes to be returned, depending on the file size. “We place files in the hot folder and by the time we need them they are ready to go,” adds John Sides.
A no-cost investment:
“OnColorECO in the Cloud is a no-brainer for smaller newspapers and printers,” says Rick Shafranek, VP sales and marketing, New ProImage, America. “It is 100 percent secure, and saves money from the first file processed. There are no service contracts or long-term commitments. You are charged by the number of files you choose to submit, no strings attached. You get the benefit of using the industry’s best ink optimization solution without buying any software or hardware, and enjoy immediate savings.”
The Cody Enterprise newspaper was founded by W.F. ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody and Col. John Peake in August 1899. The award-winning newspaper has a paid circulation of 7,050 and is owned by Sage Publishing Co. of Cody, Wyoming.