Pitney Bowes Announces New Technology for IntelliJet
Friday, May 04, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
Pitney Bowes today announced new hardware enhancements, software updates and capabilities for its IntelliJet Printing Systems to help high-volume transactional mailers and service bureaus produce high-quality, personalised colour communications. Pitney Bowes will showcase these enhancements at drupa 2012 in Düsseldorf, Germany (Hall 4, Stand 4C04).
The new inks and printheads also provide crisp images and a broader colour range. These enhancements can help organisations transition their printed communications from monochrome to colour simply and cost-effectively to produce more effective customer communications. The colour imaging capabilities can also help organisations print high-speed transaction documents and high-quality customer communications pieces on the same production line.
The IntelliJet Print Process Manager 3.1 also includes an ink estimation tool to enable customers to identify ink usage consumption and the costs of production for print jobs. In addition, the software includes enhanced colour management enabling more options for the control of colour to achieve improved results and true balance between quality and cost.
The IntelliJet Print Process Manager 3.1 is available for customer specific shipment now and for general availability at the end of July 2012.
Videk’s DocuVision 8600 system provides real-time, page-level content verification at full press speed. This includes barcode and MICR character quality analysis/readability and personalised variable data verification. Validation of information, accuracy of one-to-one messaging and proof of production output helps provide enhanced job integrity for complex transactional mail applications.Used in tandem with the IntelliJet Printing System family, transactional mailers and printers can increase productivity, reduce waste, and manage data for enhanced audit trails.
Pitney Bowes’s IntelliJet 42 Printing System also now supports a new zero-speed splicer and turret rewinder. Ideal for in-line finishing, the zero-speed splicer reduces the time it takes to load and splice rolls in the unwind units. The turret rewinder provides an alternative to in-line finishing to offload completed rolls without stopping the printer.
“We are continuing to make investments in our IntelliJet Printing Systems to help meet the needs of high-volume transactional mailers around the world,” said Ramesh Ratan, president of Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies. “The new technology updates and capabilities we are adding to the IntelliJet Printing Systems will help increase the quality, productivity and efficiency for printing high-impact colour communications.”
The Pitney Bowes IntelliJet Print Process Manager powers the IntelliJet Printing Systems to produce high-quality complex colour or monochrome customer communications at full print speed. The IntelliJet Printing System family leverages proven HP inkjet technology to offer 1,200 nozzles-per-inch native resolution and nozzle redundancy for robust print quality.
Pitney Bowes Production Intelligence software allows mailers to integrate print and mail with one streamlined platform for unprecedented process integration and control, greater print and mail precision and end-to-end system integrity. The IntelliJet family of printing systems is a key component to delivering more powerful, relevant customer communications. Only Pitney Bowes offers an end-to-end solution that can help print and mail operations migrate to a White Paper Factory solution that includes output management, production print, mail finishing, envelope wrapping and inline on-envelope printing, for greater productivity, operational cost savings made possible by lean, highly efficient document manufacturing. All of these systems are backed by a single service and support team for peak efficiency and performance. Together, these elements result in a truly integrated solution for companies where mail plays a strategic role in customer communications.
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