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Sep 24, 2010 12:00 AM
Stamford, CT-based Pitney Bowes Inc. will bring its latest technologies and solutions to Graph Expo."Graph Expo is always a very valuable show for Pitney Bowes," says Leslie Abi-Karam, executive vice president and president, mailing solutions management. "We appreciate the opportunity to interact with so many of our customers and prospects in one location, and we are particularly proud of the breadth and depth of the products and solutions we have on display this year."
For large organizations, Pitney Bowes will showcase innovative ways mailers can lower their operational costs, make production processes more efficient and enhance the value of their important customer communications. Key technologies on display will include the Production Intelligence suite of output management and automated document factory software; the Pitney Bowes IntelliJet Printing Systems family, which can help transactional mailers migrate to digital inkjet printing in monochrome, full color and magnetic ink character recognition (MICR); and the Mailstream Productivity Series Inserting System with inline innovations that let mailers add personalized inserts and transform white envelopes with on-envelope messages and branding. Mailers needing the flexibility to process both letters and flats with high integrity can see the Mailstream Evolution Inserting System's modular and flexible design, while direct mailers can view the FlowMaster RS Flex Inserting System's capabilities including new automated document factory software integration. Attendees can also learn about Pitney Bowes's full-range of ServiceWorks Solutions to help equipment operate at peak efficiency.
For printers and mailers in the mid-range market, Pitney Bowes will showcase its Connect+ Customer Communications Series, including the new Connect+ 3000 Pro system. Pitney Bowes's Connect+ 3000 Pro system helps organizations deliver high quality printed envelopes to their clients with fast turnaround time. Designed for higher-volume settings in which throughput, flexibility and cost of ownership are critical factors, the Connect+ 3000 Pro system enables printers to create and print return addresses and logos on generic envelopes for customers at speeds of more than 18,000 letters per hour. Text and graphics can be printed on-demand with high-resolution graphics in color or black on the outside of the envelope with permit or postage indicia. By offering this mail service to customers, printers can add new opportunities to their revenue streams, and provide a fast alternative to offset and laser printing equipment. Pitney Bowes will also feature its tabletop, dual-head tabber system. The Pitney Bowes W360 Multifunction Tabber System provides several tabbing applications and stamp affixing in one solution to help mailers efficiently meet the latest United States Postal Service (USPS) tabbing regulations. Also on display will be the OfficeRight DF900 Folder, which can fold up to 20,000 pieces per hour in seven distinct folding options. Pitney Bowes will also highlight the DI950 inserting solution with two-dimensional document scanning for mid-sized mailers.
Pitney Bowes experts will be onsite at Graph Expo sharing their industry insights with attendees. Featured speakers during the show include Ken Renko, who will discuss "White Space and Transpromo -- A Profitable Combination" on October 5 at 9:00 a.m., and Steve Coburn, who will talk about how to "Create a Brilliant Statement for your Bottom Line by Moving to Inkjet Printing" on October 5 at 12 noon.