EFI offer Stimulus Finance Package
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EFI offer Stimulus Finance Package

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Currently being offered exclusively in the United States, with global finance programs becoming available in the near future, EFI today announced the innovative EFI Stimulus Package, financing program for its VUTEk® line of superwide printers. The EFI Stimulus Package helps qualified print service providers grow their businesses and protect their cash flows. The program provides for zero out-of-pocket costs for the first six months of ownership followed by 50% off of the normal lease payments for the next six months on new qualifying printer purchases dramatically lowering the first full year cost of ownership This new program is expected to boost businesses' abilities to expand their product portfolios and reach larger revenue-generating customer bases with minimal impact on cash flow for the first year of ownership

"In this challenging economic climate EFI is focused on finding creative financing solutions that will allow our customers to own the industry's best printing solutions," said EFI president Fred Rosenzweig. "The EFI Stimulus Package for VUTEk superwide printers allows print businesses to position themselves ahead of the competition by expanding their product portfolio and customer base, all while spending less cash."

EFI's line of award-winning VUTEk superwide printers has a reputation for speed, high productivity and exceptional color-quality. VUTEk's stunning white ink capabilities open the doors to a whole new world of applications that drive demand by delivering jobs faster and at a higher quality than the competition. Companies can take advantage of all the benefits of digital printing, including the ability to customize messaging, print shorter runs and dramatically reduce production times with VUTEk superwide printers.

"The EFI Stimulus Package allowed us to economically acquire new VUTEk QS3200 technology that will help grow our business with new and more lucrative revenue opportunities without the immediate financial pay back pressures," said Chris Wilson, Venture Printing chairman.