CCS’ flexible cut-sheet, continuous feed and roll feed systems print variable data and graphics in black, highlight color (black plus one color), MICR and full-digital color. CCS offers a suite of devices that suits virtually any output requirement.
Our service platform for print and digital media includes post-composition application of personalized, cross-promotional messages and graphics that can be targeted to each recipient. These capabilities empower better communications with your customers through on-statement messaging and prudent whitespace management. CCS’ high-volume facilities allow us to meet your most demanding volume and turnaround requirements.
- The cornerstone of this production capacity is the highly flexible and versatile inkjet technology. These devices allows Content Critical Solutions to easily print more than one color logo on a given document, a definite plus for its customers that offer co-branding opportunities to their clients. Another attractive feature is the system’s ability to print full-color, eliminating the need for preprinted mastheads and letterheads, a key selling point for Content Critical Solutions’ client base.
- Our inkjet technology offers full production speeds up to 1,818 letter images per minute and is capable of producing in excess of 50 million letter impressions per month. Through its unique combination of productivity, efficiency and quality it simplifies and accelerates transition from monochrome output to full-color or even 5 or 6 colors. Its innovative DigiDot multilevel dot modulation produces crisp details and smooth halftones with a perceived quality of 1200 dpi at full rated speed. It offers productivity and flexibility for high-speed color and monochrome production of transaction, TransPromo, direct mail, book and manual applications with the reliability, print quality and media range associated with the Océ DigiDot technology.
- This capability allows Content Critical Solutions to help its clients eliminate waste. Should there be any changes in a customer’s corporate branding, there is no longer an existing stock of preprinted mastheads which then would be obsolete.