Roland DGA Announces “My TrueVIS” Campaign Featuring Success Stories from TrueVIS Users Around the World

In celebration of over 24,000 TrueVIS devices sold worldwide to date, Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of large-format inkjet printers and other advanced digital devices, has announced the launch of the “My TrueVIS” user testimonial campaign – a global gallery featuring comments and stories of how TrueVIS printers have helped users build their businesses.

As part of the campaign, Roland DGA and other Roland DG business units worldwide, have posted these user comments and stories on their respective regional websites and will be sharing them throughout social media channels, as well as encouraging additional user participation.

The TrueVIS Series large-format printers and printer/cutters are Roland DG’s flagship models for producing signs and graphics, offering users unparalleled color and image quality, outstanding productivity, and unsurpassed reliability and ease of use. On March 1, 2022, Roland DG launched its third generation TrueVIS printer/cutters, including the top-of-the-line VG3-640 and VG3-540 models with up to eight colors of ink, and the value-packed SG3-540 and SG3-300 with four ink colors

In coordination with the ongoing TrueVIS campaign, TrueVIS users everywhere are invited to share what they love about their inkjets, as well as photos of their projects and workplaces, by making social media posts using the hashtag #MyTrueVIS.

“We started this campaign to let people know about the benefits of TrueVIS, but in addition to revealing what our customers think about these state-of-the-art machines, it has brought many exciting success stories to our attention,” said Tony Miller, President of Roland DG’s Global Sales and Marketing Division. “We were impressed to hear from users working successfully in different environments in numerous countries. Their stories remind us of the important role and responsibility that our products play in the personal lives of our users – not just in business.”