Kodak will debut new commercial digital printing products at the Drupa trade show to be held in Germany this spring.
The new products will allow commercial customers to print faster, higher-quality photos and will introduce new digital applications to give users more printing options and to increase efficiency.
"Kodak's portfolio of solutions and services optimize the delivery of higher-value images for our print customers to better serve their clients and grow their business," said Director and Vice President of Commerical Business Marketing Chirs Payne.
Kodak also plans to debut a new suite of production tools, including software for tablet devices. These tools are said to help increase profitability by automating the printing process.
Drupa 2012 begins May 3rd in Dusseldorf, Germany.