Pitney Bowes Introduces Digital Copier/Printer for Workgroups
Press release from the issuing company
TRUMBULL, Conn., February 1, 2001 - Pitney Bowes Office Systems today introduced two new solutions for decentralized corporate workgroups, the DL460 and DL550 digital copier/printers. At 45 and 55 copy/ page-per-minute speeds respectively, the DL460 and DL550 are mid-volume, 600 dpi black-and-white digital gateways designed to reduce workflow bottlenecks and increase productivity in multi-user environments.
Positioned as central communications hubs for corporate workgroups, the DL460 and DL550 are digital solutions that consolidate hardware, lower costs and increase the efficiency of entire workgroups. Both models may be configured to support digital printing, desktop faxing and network scanning capabilities in addition to a wide range of accessories that provide advanced walk-up copying and finishing features.
"The DL460 and DL550 represent the next generation in the growing line of Pitney Bowes digital multifunction solutions. They bring a new level of consistency to the entire DL Series product line," commented Nathaniel Gifford, vice president, Marketing and Product Development for Pitney Bowes Office Systems. "Our best of breed product selection strategy dictates we source only the best solutions available. The DL460 and DL550 meet our stringent criteria and complete Pitney Bowes Office Systems' digital product family. We now have comprehensive solutions at every critical speed and volume point from 25 to 75 cpm/ppm, all offering consistent features and user interfaces."
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