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InfoPrint continues MICR implementation across its portfolio

Monday, September 14, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, IL--PRINT 09 -- Booth #2082 -- InfoPrint Solutions Company, a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh, today further demonstrated its focus on addressing customer requirements with the addition of Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) support on the market-leading InfoPrint 5000 full-color continuous forms inkjet production printing system. MICR is used to facilitate check-processing.
 
Financial services institutions, service bureaus, transactional printers and direct mailers can benefit from a MICR-enabled InfoPrint 5000 solution to support applications such as remittance coupons, statements with convenience checks and direct mail with pre-approved checks, all of which use MICR-encoded data.
 
"This MICR solution is an option for new and existing customers of today's InfoPrint 5000 system. Our InfoPrint 5000 solution has been designed to provide the best reliability and usability, smallest footprint, lowest power consumption, and with the longest printhead life for customers needing a production class solution," said George Promis, Vice President of Production Color Solutions & Technology Alliances. "With the addition of MICR to the InfoPrint 5000, we continue to demonstrate our commitment to addressing customer requirements, which has resulted in our market leadership."
 
The InfoPrint 5000 color inkjet production system provides customers with:
    •    Innovative piezo-electric, drop-on-demand inkjet technology with water-
    based pigment or dye inks that are resistant to fading and smearing
    •    Impressive performance to expedite job completion and enable footprint
    consolidation, to meet client service level agreements (SLAs)
    •    Powerful and extendable InfoPrint multi-computer printer controller
    •    Support of a common open standard architecture for variable data color
    output, enabling the implementation of a robust, end-to-end full color
    solution to complement their current environment
    •    Flexibility in addressing specific application requirements, data
    streams and operational demands, vital when customizing content for larger
    audiences
  
Ongoing MICR leadership expanding across portfolio
InfoPrint also announced the additions of the InfoPrint Pro 907, InfoPrint Pro 1107 and InfoPrint Pro 1357 MICR solutions to its monochrome cutsheet product line. The MICR technology is available from InfoPrint's valued partner Rosetta Technologies on these models. Aimed at light production users in data centers, service bureaus or in-plant operations, these solutions offer a wide range of applications and finishing options to address the needs of their customers. The InfoPrint Pro 907, InfoPrint Pro 1107 and InfoPrint Pro 1357 offer multiple functions for customers looking for flexible monochrome solutions that offer quick turnaround and shorter runs using a wide array of applications. For more information about these offerings, please visit: http://www.infoprintsolutionscompany.com/internet/wwsites.nsf/vwwebpublished/ai_pr090809_fountain_xn.

 

 

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