SafeCom Seminar held at the Danish Embassy in France

2012-05-09



SafeCom presented and demonstrated its market-leading solutions in front of customers and vendors at the Danish Embassy in Paris on March 27th, 2012.

SafeCom co-hosted representatives from over 30 companies at the Danish Embassy in Paris, on March 27th, 2012. Existing customers, potential customers, and major printer vendors came to learn more about SafeCom’s solutions for better printing.

The event location marks Denmark’s reputation as a country strong on innovation, business efficiency, and environmental awareness. SafeCom is a perfect Danish ambassador with its Smart Printing solutions that help reduce costs, increase user efficiency, and introduce greener printing in both large and small companies.

The seminar hosted attendees from major printer vendors, Public organizations and large enterprises. The key theme and discussions centered on how companies can optimize their printing in order to reduce costs while, at the same time, improving user efficiency without compromising user satisfaction.

SafeCom’s solution directly addresses these business needs with its advanced pull printing features that enable users to retrieve their documents anywhere, even at remote locations, while minimizing waste at the same time. Additionally, companies can influence the printing behavior of their users by applying Rule- based printing in a manner that balances cost-efficient printing with actual daily user needs.

The SafeCom Seminar event was initiated by the Danish Foreign Ministry as a part of its ongoing programs to promote Danish export ventures in European markets.

“SafeCom will continue seeking new opportunities to promote our products in the region,” says Jean-Charles Goetz, SafeCom Country Manager for the France-Benelux Region. “Our seminars continue to draw the attendance of many customers, and the resulting personal contact is the ideal way to demonstrate our solutions and their high business value. We intend to increase our seminar activities in France as well as other regions.”