Xerox Offering Customisation (XSIS and Custom Applications Service/CAS) designs and implements end-to-end systems to satisfy unique requirements for a select group of customers with common industry needs, application characteristics or productivity goals.
When "business as usual" isn't quite right for you, Customisation is here to help. If your requirements include unique or unusual workflows or applications, we'll work with you to ensure your Xerox product truly meets your requirements.
We can provide one-off solutions that satisfy a business-critical feature or function not available with standard products. Examples include end-to-end workflow or finishing solutions that may represent a competitive advantage. We can customise any of the existing Offering Customisation solutions listed below as well.
Production Information Management System
The Xerox Production Information Management System (PIMS) captures, computes and displays real-time production performance for one printer or a group of printers, either on-site or at multiple locations. The system provides job status, productivity metrics, and machine metrics such as idle time and print time. Real time or historical data can be viewed on screen or exported for further analysis.
Provides an easy way to measure performance to production goals
Web-based toolkit allows you to monitor key engine information to determine optimal running conditions
Real-time automated monitoring of multiple systems at multiple sites helps manage labor costs and operational costs
Immediate feedback enables changes to workflow and job loads across printers or sites when needed
Robotic Print Solution
The Xerox® Robotic Print solution is a customised manufacturing solution designed to fit your production requirements. Intelligent and flexible, the Robotic Print Solution uses robotic technology to help you streamline your print, converting, and delivery operations so you can boost your production – and your bottom line.
The Xerox® Robotic Print Solution is designed to adjust to your needs rather than requiring development of an entire solution from the ground up. It can be delivered as an end-to-end system including variable laser cutting, it can be integrated with existing equipment such as a die cutter, or it can perform a subset of the tasks you need for your operation. The bottom line: it can help you do more great work, decrease your post-press processing time – and make your print manufacturing operation more flexible.
Programmable – robotics technology can be customised to fit your needs, whether you're doing inline finishing or converting of signage, packaging or other applications
Efficient – can be integrated with your existing equipment or used separately for offline production tasks
Fast and accurate – robots operate at high speed with great precision and multiple robots can work on the same or different tasks
Productive and profitable – handle more jobs with greater confidence, accuracy and speed and grow your bottom line
Xerox® MatchAssure is the ideal solution enabling you to deliver simple, fast, consistent colour to meet the most demanding standards on a single printer, over a fleet of printers and across multiple locations. MatchAssure bundles software loaded on a PC with an attached X-Rite® spectrophotometer to produce a highly accurate Destination Profile for each digital press.
Reduces a potential source of variation by using the same spectrophotometer for scanning raw data from each printer
Yields improved colour consistency across presses and over time
Performs all iterations within the software so you can achieve outstanding colour accuracy with just three sheets
Matches industry colour standards
Jobs will appear the same regardless of when they are run
Features enhanced features for RGB workflows
Produces exceptional photo realistic images
Memory colours (skin tones and skies) can be adjusted without affecting other colours
The Tiltatron is a custom paper drawer insert available for certain higher capacity feeders. It enables feeding of special stocks that have cards attached to them, which are used for applications such as insurance cards. These stocks tend to sit in a tray at an angle since one end of the sheet is thicker due to the attached card. The Tiltatron tilts the stocks to accommodate for uneven thickness and enables operators to stack up to 10 times as many sheets in a tray.