Now you can create a single, unified workflow for print and mobile/online
communications—and take advantage of an easy, affordable way to make
digital work for you.
Digital technology has changed the way people communicate. While they used to
connect through printed materials and by phone, now there’s email, text messaging,
websites, blogs, social media, and more—all of which is transforming the landscape for
print service providers.
With marketers diverting more dollars to social media every day, by 2020, it’s expected
that 80% of all media will be accessed digitally*—which means that the ability to offer
print and digital communications will be critical for print service providers to thrive in
this new world.
Introducing Xerox® FreeFlow®
FreeFlow® Digital Publisher
delivers seamless print-to-digital
More value for your customers. More
opportunity for you. How can you achieve
digital integration without remaking
your whole operation? FreeFlow® Digital
Publisher makes it easy. This automated,
integrated print and e-publishing solution
helps you streamline your operation—while
helping you generate new opportunities for
expanded reach and revenue.
FreeFlow® Digital Publisher takes the
printed materials you already produce, and
transforms the content by optimizing it
for delivery via today’s digital media. As a
result, your customers can reach a broader
audience through Web browsers; mobile
apps that can be downloaded from the
Apple® i Tunes® Store, Google Play®, or the
Amazon® App Store; and links to content
sent via social media.
Bringing print to life. FreeFlow® Digital
Publisher dramatically enhances your
customers’ documents by creating
interactive, impactful electronic versions
of printed communications that include
the ability to add rich media such as
video and audio; live hyperlinks; and slide
shows. This significantly enhances the
reader experience—adding value to your
customers’ communications and to your
services. Best of all, it’s ideal for most print
“Printing industry faces big challenges,” Democrat and Chronicle,
October 19, 2012.