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Last $41.63 USD
Change Today -0.12 / -0.29%
Volume 255.4K
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electronics for imaging (EFII) Snapshot

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Previous Close
$41.75
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52 Week High
07/7/14 - $47.42
52 Week Low
01/29/15 - $35.45
Market Cap
2.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
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EPS TTM
$0.80
Shares Outstanding
46.9M
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Electronics For Imaging, Inc. provides digital inkjet printers, business process automation solutions, and color digital front ends (DFE) in the Untied States and internationally. The company’s Industrial Inkjet segment offers VUTEk super-wide format UV, LED, textile dye sublimation, and thermoforming industrial digital inkjet printers and ink for use in commercial photo labs, sign shops, graphic screen printers, specialty commercial printers, and digital and billboard graphics providers; EFI hybrid and flatbed UV wide format graphics printers to industrial digital inkjet printer market; Jetrion label and packaging digital inkjet printing systems, integration solutions, and specialty inks to the converting, packaging, and direct mail industries; and Cretaprint ceramic tile decoration digital inkjet printers. Its Productivity Software segment provides Monarch and Metrics business process automation software; Pace, a cloud-based business process automation software; Digital StoreFront, a cloud-based e-commerce solution that allows print service providers to accept, manage, and process printing orders over the Internet; Radius, a business process automation software for label and packaging printers; and other business process automation and e-commerce solutions designed for the printing and packaging industries. The company’s Fiery segment offers stand-alone DFEs connected to digital printers, copiers, and other peripheral devices; embedded DFEs and design-licensed solutions used in digital copiers and multi-functional devices; optional software integrated into its DFEs, such as Fiery Central, Command WorkStation, and MicroPress; Fiery Self Serve, a self-service and payment solution; PrintMe mobile printing application; and stand-alone software-based solutions, such as proofing and scanning solutions. Electronics For Imaging, Inc. was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

2,672 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/18/15
Founded in 1988

electronics for imaging (EFII) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $620.0K
Interim Chief Financial Officer and Chief Ope...
Total Annual Compensation: $293.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

electronics for imaging (EFII) Key Developments

Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Announces New EFI Fiery Digital Front Ends for Xerox's New Digital Presses

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. or EFI has announced new EFI Fiery digital front ends, or DFEs, for Xerox Corporation's new digital presses. The Xerox EX-i 80 Print Server and EX 80 Print Server Powered by Fiery are available on the Xerox Versant 80 Press, while the Xerox EX-P 1000i Print Server Powered by Fiery is available for Xerox Color 800i/1000i Presses. The new DFEs utilize the latest Fiery platform, FS150 Pro, offering faster processing; unsurpassed, award-winning quality; and easier-to-use, automated workflows. Users can also drive broader business process automation efficiencies by fully integrating their Fiery Driven digital presses with EFI's market-leading MIS/ERP and web-to-print software and with Xerox FreeFlow Core, as well as leading prepress workflow solutions like Agfa Apogee, Heidelberg Prinect and Kodak PRINERGY. The Xerox EX-i and EX 80 Print Servers feature Fiery Ultra Smooth Gradients, which leverage a 10-bit, 1,200-dpi processing technology at the digital front end and at the print engine. First seen in the new Fiery servers driving the Xerox Versant 2100 Press, Fiery Ultra Smooth Gradients go beyond traditional 8-bit rendering to help eliminate "stair-stepped" gradient shades in digital printing of vector images. More demanding printing environments can choose the Xerox EX 80 Print Server, which supports the Adobe PDF Print Engine, version 3.0 and offers powerful Fiery options for make-ready, color correction, file troubleshooting and workflow integration. Less-demanding environments can take advantage of a lower cost of entry while still reaping the benefits of a Fiery-powered workflow for exceptional color quality with the Xerox EX-i 80 Print Server. The Xerox EX-P 1000i Print Server Powered by Fiery supports the new Gold and Silver Metallic Dry Ink options featured in Xerox Color 800i/1000i Presses, enabling the automatic addition of these specialty dry inks, as well as Clear Dry Ink in single or multiple passes, to highlight spot colors, graphics and text. The Xerox EX-P 1000i also includes the Fiery Smart Estimator, which allows users to predict usage of Clear Dry Ink, Gold Metallic Dry Ink or Silver Metallic Dry Ink before printing a single page. Plus, it features Fiery HyperRIP, which helps maximize performance by simultaneously processing a print job on four processor cores. As a result, users can get their full-color digital print jobs processed up to 55% faster than Fiery Driven presses without HyperRIP. Users can achieve a consistent workflow across all Fiery-enabled printing devices using the latest version of Fiery Command WorkStation, the powerful, intuitive interface that enables management of multiple printers locally or remotely from a single place.

EFI and Xerox Team Up to Bring Increased Power and Productivity to Digital Color Printing

EFI announced new EFI Fiery® digital front ends (DFEs) for Xerox's newest digital presses. The Xerox EX-i 80 Print Server and EX 80 Print Server Powered by Fiery are available on the Xerox Versant® 80 Press, while the Xerox EX-P 1000i Print Server Powered by Fiery is available for Xerox Color 800i/1000i Presses. The new DFEs utilize the latest Fiery platform, FS150 Pro, offering faster processing; unsurpassed, award-winning quality; and easier-to-use, automated workflows. Users can also drive broader business process automation efficiencies by fully integrating their Fiery Driven™ digital presses with EFI's MIS/ERP and web-to-print software and with Xerox FreeFlow® Core, as well as prepress workflow solutions like Agfa Apogee, Heidelberg Prinect and Kodak PRINERGY. The Xerox EX-i and EX 80 Print Servers feature Fiery Ultra Smooth Gradients, which leverage a 10-bit, 1,200-dpi processing technology at the digital front end and at the print engine. First seen in the new Fiery servers driving the Xerox Versant 2100 Press, Fiery Ultra Smooth Gradients go beyond traditional 8-bit rendering to help eliminate "stair-stepped" gradient shades in digital printing of vector images. More demanding printing environments can choose the Xerox EX 80 Print Server, which supports the Adobe PDF Print Engine, version 3.0 and offers powerful Fiery options for make-ready, color correction, file troubleshooting and workflow integration. Less-demanding environments can take advantage of a lower cost of entry while still reaping the benefits of a Fiery-powered workflow for exceptional color quality with the Xerox EX-i 80 Print Server.

Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Presents at Morgan Stanley 2015 Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, Mar-05-2015 09:55 AM

Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Presents at Morgan Stanley 2015 Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, Mar-05-2015 09:55 AM. Venue: The Palace Hotel, 2 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105, United States. Speakers: Marc D. Olin, Interim Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer.

 

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