Firm runs multiple Xerox machines

SF Taylor in Xerox FreeFlow Vision first

(L-R) SF Taylor managing director Simon Young and digital print manager Rob Dolan
(L-R) SF Taylor managing director Simon Young and digital print manager Rob Dolan

SF Taylor has become the first UK company to integrate Xerox FreeFlow Vision software into its print operations.

Xerox FreeFlow Vision offers real-time, at-a-glance visibility and control of production operations in a web-based platform. Harnessing advanced AI and machine learning technologies, it is said to boost productivity for users, particularly those with multiple production presses, including Xerox and non-Xerox devices.

“We are strengthening our partnership with Xerox by seamlessly integrating FreeFlow Vision software into our operations,” said Simon Young, managing director at Stockport, Cheshire-based SF Taylor.

“This marks a significant stride forward in our commitment to delivering unparalleled services to our clients. The efficiency enhancements gained through this collaboration will empower our clients with faster, more reliable services and contribute to our journey towards a more sustainable future by reducing resource consumption and waste.”

SF Taylor runs multiple Xerox Versant 4100 presses as well as the manufacturer’s Iridesse and Nuvera technologies. FreeFlow Vision was launched late summer this year and SF Taylor has been using it for a couple of months.

Nick Bridge, general manager of Production Systems and Graphic Communications at Xerox UK, said: “Our relationship with SF Taylor spans many years; they have always strived for operational excellence.

“This strategic investment in Xerox FreeFlow Vision, an integral part of our Production Eco-System, will provide real-time insights and data to drive an even more efficient operation.”

SF Taylor was established in 1926 and, as a partner to the NHS, specialises in the healthcare sector but has expanded into both the public and private sectors in recent years.