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Pitney Bowes announces ‘Brilliant Communications Award’ winners

Jun 10, 2011 12:00 AM

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Pitney Bowes Inc. honored four printers with its inaugural “Brilliant Communications Awards.” The awards recognize leading high-volume print and mail organizations that are finding new ways to streamline workflow, ensure accuracy and market precisely to get the greatest value from their customer communications. The recipients were recognized at the company’s annual Global Document Messaging Technologies Customer Summit, June 6-8, 2011.

“The winners of our Brilliant Communications Awards are innovators, early adopters and creative problem solvers who can point the way for others,” says Ramesh Ratan, president of Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies. “They are helping to lead a customer communications evolution using solutions to help lower costs, enhance the value they provide to their customers, and make their organizations more successful.”

“Powerful Communication Award”: Tri-Win Digital Print and Direct Mail (Dallas), a direct mail house and digital print shop, won for improved productivity, efficiencies and quality. Tri-Win used FlowMaster RS Flex Inserting Systems with optional camera verification systems and inline inkjet printing station capabilities to increase the speed and reliability of its envelope insertion process, as well as increase its statement mailing customer base.

“Colorful Communication Award”: Emdeon, (Toledo, OH), a leading provider of healthcare revenue and payment cycle management and clinical information exchange solutions, won for migrating to full digital color “White Paper Factory” solutions using IntelliJet roll-fed printing systems; APS and MPS Advanced Productivity Series Inserting Systems; a FPS Split Drive Inserting System; and Pitney Bowes software to drive the printers and provide reports for tracking and management analysis.

“Profitable Communication Award”: Logistic Mail Factory GmbH, (Augsburg, Germany), a privately run postal company in Bavaria, won for creating more relevant, precision marketing communications using a VariSort Mixed Mail Sorter, Olympus II Flexible Tier Sorter, DI950 Inserting Systems, DM1000 Digital Mailing Systems, P/I OfficeMail, P/I Output Manager software with VIP centralized output management, and P/I Enhancement Manager software with VDE centralized output management.

“Innovators Choice Award”:  PSC Info Group (Oaks, PA), a national provider of technology-enabled solutions to streamline the collection of consumer payments, won for its use of P/I Output Manager software with VDE centralized output management and P/I Wizard software alongside its document creation software. The firm developed a way to pass information to the P/I products from the document creation software by embedding them in the document files themselves. PSC Info Group is now able to group significantly more jobs together for increased efficiency. In addition, the solutions have helped PSC Info Group simplify the process of linking Intelligent Mail barcodes with stored return data, resulting in reduced server overhead.