Docutech Ghana Limited, a distributor and service provider of digital office technology products and software, showcased some of its products and services to industry players in Accra.
The company exhibited its products at an event dubbed: Xerox Colour Explosion, which attracted printing establishments and advertising agencies in the country.
It was hosted at Accra New Town, a suburb of Accra that is considered the capital’s print hub.
A statement from Docutech said the event showcased an array of Xerox technology with various digital presses on display such as the Xerox PRIMELINK C9070 for colour printing, which is able to print up to 11 colours.
It said the machine was ideal for educational institutions for examination purposes and high volume black and white print environments.
It said the Xerox PRIMELINK B9125 was also on display.
Docutech is the sole distributor of Xerox products in Ghana.
The Managing Director for Docutech Ltd., Mr Jean Louis Feghali, said the company provided the best managed print services for most banks and corporate institutions in the country.
He advised companies to employ the use of technology and automation to make work easier, smarter and more profitable.
The Partner Manager of Xerox Middle East and Africa, Alan Brownley, said Xerox would continue to invest and support Ghana through the provision of technology at pocket-friendly prices through their partner, Docutech.
He said the company had enhanced its products and added more value to ensure that printing could be done in gold, silver, white, clear, fluorescents, pink and orange colours.
"Xerox is here to stay in Ghana with Docutech. Ghana is a fantastic developing nation and we are here to support you in your digital transformations," he said.
The General Manager for Docutech, Joe Alhassan Fuseini, said the company was willing to support businesses with flexible payment terms and free consultation for establishments to interested firms.