Long Island, NY (PRWEB) July 28, 2011
Imaging 411, a national service provider, has announced they will offer significant discounts on service pricing for Kodak micrographics and hybrid products in spite of the recent announcement by Eastman Park Micrographics regarding the acquisition of the Micrographics Unit from Eastman Kodak on April 5 of this year. The service discounts will apply to the entire line of Kodak hybrid products including the Digital Archive Writer (48xx & 96xx), Intelligent Microfilm scanners (IMS/i7300), DSV Reader Printers, and ProStar processors.
According to the President of Imaging 411, Gary Armstrong, “We see the acquisition of Kodak’s Micrographics unit by Eastman Park Micrographics as an opportunity to engage new resellers who are open to lower cost alternative service options without risking their long standing relationship with Kodak."
"There has been a lot of speculation and rumors concerning the impact the Eastman Park Micrographics acquisition will have on the cost and quality of service for Kodak’s micrographic products. We are confident that we can meet and exceed their customer expectations while providing even greater savings today.” stated Joe Paradiso, CEO of Imaging 411 Inc.
“Imaging 411 has delivered onsite, advanced exchange and depot support programs for document scanners and micrographics equipment from Canon, Eastman Kodak, ALOS and Minolta” ,according to Don McMahan, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “We have found our message of holding down costs to be extremely popular in the current economic environment and have made the decision to offer discounts well below Kodak list price for the rest of this year, in spite of the obviously higher fuel costs we are all seeing. The growth we are seeing in our business clearly shows customers are ready for change and ready to support the value proposition we deliver.”
About Imaging 411
Imaging 411 is the exclusive national distributor and service provider for Hitachi scanners and also has provided national onsite service for many popular document scanners including Fujitsu, Kodak, Canon, and Bell & Howell since 2003 using a nationwide network of their own factory trained field service engineers. Check the website for information about service programs as well as Hitachi scanners. http://www.Imaging411.com or http://www.hitachiscanners.com