Empire Digital Products CEO, Scott Brodsky, Says that Digital Printing is Superior Printing

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After having countless problems with Xerox, University of Texas chooses to go digital. Empire Digital Products founder, Scott Brodsky, agrees with the institution’s decision.

On April 17, Scott Brodsky, CEO of Empire Digital Products, a leading copier company, responds to a recent article that discusses The University of Texas at Austin’s recent troubles with Xerox machines which led to their decision to go completely digital with their printing.

In the article from In-plant Graphic, Gary Cass, Copy Services manager at the University of Texas at Austin said, “There were many days when we’d have two or three Xerox techs here working on the machines. They were here so often that people thought that they just worked here.”

Cass finally decided to purchase seven new digital printers, including a device in wide-format, says the article. The improvements have been noted, with Cass declaring, “They’ve done really well.”

According to the article, digital printers are faster than the old Xerox equipment, and much more dependable. The new 60” wide-format machine has increased the capacity for more difficult work, far more than what the 44” machine could handle.

“Our wide-format [business], it’s just exploding,” says Cass. “Our sales [in Copy Services] are up 25 percent from this time last year. The wide-format had a lot to do with that.”

Wide-format printers typically print banners, posters, and general signage. Wide-format printing has proven to be more economical than other methods like screen printing.

Scott Brodsky, CEO of Empire Digital Products, had this to say: “Digital printing is simply the way to go. We at Empire are doing our best to encourage the changeover to digital printing. It is a cheaper, faster, and easier way to print. It is the future of printing in general.”

Founded by one of the industry’s top professionals, Empire Digital Products has revolutionized the copier industry. With access to over 50 service staff and multiple warehouses, there is nothing we do not have and no place we cannot be. Currently, EDP boasts a 98% client retention rate – which, in such a competitive industry, is something we see as a testament to our hard work and dedication to our clients.


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