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Xante Wins Printing News 2016 Readers’ Choice Top Product Awards

September 1, 2016 MOBILE, AL – We are thrilled to be recognized in this year’s Printing News 2016 Readers’ Choice Top Product Awards. The list features the top breakthrough products over the last year. We have had a strong 2016 so far and our vision for 2017 is already taking focus.
 We have always listened to our customers’ needs and …Read More

Xante Continues Seeing Significant Growth in Digital Color Envelope Printing

Xante is proud to report that during August 2016 the total number of envelopes produced by its customers has increased dramatically. In August, Xante Impressias around the world created 107 million digital color envelopes, as compared to 57 million during April 2016. “The growth in envelope printing has even been a surprise to us at Xante,” said Robert C. Ross, …Read More

AlphaGraphics Owners Love Their Xante Impressia – 2016 Technology Expo

We have returned from the AlphaGraphics 2016 Technology Expo in New Orleans and we’re excited about the new partnerships we continue to build with shop owners across the country. The Big Easy welcomed AlphaGraphics owners and employees to the annual show held at the New Orleans Hyatt Regency Hotel and Convention Hall. Attendees received one-on-one demonstrations at our booth and …Read More

Impressia Receives Positive Feedback at 2016 Franchise Services “Jazz It Up” Convention

Xante has recently returned from the 2016 Franchise Services “Jazz It Up” Convention in New Orleans. This annual event is hosted by Sir Speedy, PIP, and Signal Graphics, and provides a great opportunity for Xante to further develop relationships with leaders from the printing, graphic arts, signage, and marketing support industries. Representatives from several influential print franchises commented on their …Read More

Campbell County School District Centralizes Printing with Impressia

Located in Gillette, Wyoming, Campbell County School District is home to over 9,000 students making it the state’s third largest district. After five years of consistent growth in enrollment, more durable and efficient printing equipment was desperately needed to keep up with the schools’ growing demand for printed material. Printing Department Manager, Jackie DeWine, feels that the district’s decision to …Read More
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