Neopost: New SI68 Folder Inserter Improves Document Processing
Press release from the issuing company
HAYWARD, Calif., March 27, 2001 -- Neopost Inc., a worldwide leading provider of mailing, addressing, document handling and logistics systems, today introduces the SI68 tabletop folder inserter system. Designed for use in an office environment, the SI68 is compact, quiet, and easy to use, yet includes a unique combination of advanced features which allow small and mid-size companies and offices to process documents with the control and efficiency formerly only available to large companies. It does all of this at a price they can afford.
The SI68 can tri-fold and insert up to five sheets of paper into an envelope, the highest number in its class, and processes up to 30,000 envelopes per month, twice the volume of some competitive products. It can be programmed to handle complex jobs, such as payroll processing, or can be used to simply fold and insert letters into envelopes at the touch of a button, by casual users with very little training. The SI68’s practical speed is 1.5 times faster than its nearest competitive product, and 20 times faster than hand folding and inserting. The SI68 handles a wide variety of documents, including invoices, reply envelopes, cards, small booklets and pre-folded flyers.
“Neopost designed the SI68 to be the ultimate folder inserter for small to mid-size companies and offices,” said Bob Ruby, Neopost’s document handling product manager. “Neopost’s SI68 folder inserter allows companies to save money on billing and direct mail, and to increase control by eliminating outsourcing and bringing mass mailing functions in house. For those offices that still manually fold and insert mail, the SI68 dramatically boosts productivity, eradicates a tedious task, and allows office staff to perform other responsibilities.”
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