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Advanced Image Direct Announces New Patented Product

Friday, April 03, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

FULLERTON, Ca. -- Advanced Image Direct (AID) remains at the forefront of the direct mail industry.  Through integration of recent technology, a unique U.S. patent and a revolutionary Micro-fulfillment system linked to customer’s existing CRM platforms, AID is empowering it’s clients marketing communications efforts in both time and efficiency with dynamic 1 to 1 digital communications.

Through the development of a U.S. patented letter and digital envelope manufacturing process & package, AID gives it’s clients the ability to communicate BtoB or BtoC quickly, effectively and economically. This process allows clients greater choice, flexibility, and a high level of personalization through extreme variable digital printing (XVDP) for all their business communication needs, that is micro-fulfilled within 24hrs of order and utilizes the USPS’ new Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMB) technology for tracking and reporting.

With this new communication automation tool, marketers and businesses have the ability to communicate directly to their customers in several ways. Orders are fulfilled & mailed daily with tracking & reporting readily available. Response rates are increased with no significant capital outlay. Simply put; It is the fastest, easiest and most economical way to digitally communicate with customers and prospects utilizing a host of diverse customer service and business applications. AID is currently seeking patents in Europe for this revolutionary marketing communications offering.




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