Sheffield Hallam University utilises Xerox technology to offer photo printing services

The introduction of this new personalised consumer service is part of Sheffield Hallam University’s strategy to introduce new ways to utilise existing technology. The Xerox Photo Kiosk will help the University drive additional revenue by offering photo applications on top of the traditional print room services, which will increase the print volume through an existing Xerox DocuColor 5000 machine with minimum investment.

The Xerox Photo Kiosk, developed in partnership with Imaxel, has been designed for graphic arts businesses who wish to deliver quick, simple personalised photographic applications such as calendars, photograph albums and books, posters and photo cards. The Xerox Photo Kiosk is supplied with more than sixty different photographic templates. Consumers select the photographic product of their choice and then customise it

with their photographs and messages. This simple process creates a pdf document that is then ready for the store front to print. The solution is designed to work in tandem with the full range of Xerox production colour printers, from Xerox’s DocuColor 242 to the Xerox iGen4® Digital Production Press.