Pitney Bowes Offers New Folding and Inserting Solution
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn., Oct. 14 -- Pitney Bowes today launched a new automated mail folding and inserting system that helps businesses improve the speed, accuracy, and efficiency of preparing outgoing mailing communications. The new Pitney Bowes DI500/DI600 FastPac Inserting System is an integrated desktop solution that combines advanced software and leading-edge paper handling technology to cut the costs of preparing essential business communications such as bills, statements, direct marketing letters, newsletters, and paychecks. For medium sized organizations such as law offices, banks, membership organizations, insurance brokers, school systems or medical practices, the DI500 / DI600 FastPac Inserting System offers advanced capabilities previously available only on high-volume inserting systems.
"Businesses today are under unprecedented pressure to control costs, optimize cash flow, and increase revenue," said Diane Vulcano, product marketing manager, Pitney Bowes Global Mailstream Solutions. "With the introduction of this new solution, Pitney Bowes enhances the value of mail for our customers. Mail that is professionally produced and personalized strengthens ties to existing customers and helps businesses target new prospects more effectively and efficiently."
Since no two customers are the same, the DI500 / DI600 FastPac Inserting System provides what businesses need to manage their document folding and inserting process so they can focus on maximizing their mailing opportunities. The ability t0 customize each mailing easily and securely to each customer provides enormous benefits for businesses. Multi-page mailings of different lengths with variable inserts can now be assembled in high volumes, which is a tremendous benefit to businesses that operate in deadline- driven environments.
The new FastPac inserting systems support configurations up to 4 sheet feeders and 2 insert feeders, with a feeder capacity of 325-pieces that allows for reloading with no downtime. With throughput speeds of up to 4,000 pieces per hour and continuous feeder-to-feeder options, these new systems are highly efficient and productive and allow pages from a second, third or fourth feeder to continue without interruption. The robust DI500 / DI600 FastPac Inserting System is office friendly and requires only a small footprint. For convenient operation, an ergonomically designed, height-adjustable table with shelves and locking system is also available.
The new devices can also be enhanced with PB FIRST Software for up-to- date, accurate addresses, postal code presorting and optical mark recognition (OMR), to provide compelling cost-saving and productivity-improving features that allows the mailer to control the contents of each individual piece of mail. When bundled with PB FIRST mailers can:
Assure that the right contents go into the right envelope
Process statements, checks and invoices of varying lengths
Manage oversized documents easily
Another innovation included on the DI500 / DI600 FastPac Inserting System includes the new PacPilot(TM) User Interface that makes both inserting systems extremely easy to operate with a minimal amount of training. Onscreen, job specific icons and instructions specify how to load and run each job precisely. In addition, the solution can store up to 20 pre-programmed jobs.
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