Neopost Introduces Next Generation of Folder/Inserter System
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO--May 12, 2003-- Neopost, the worldwide provider of mailing, addressing, document handling and logistics systems, introduces BTA PrintMachine. A print stream management software designed to optimize large mailings, Neopost's BTA PrintMachine reduces the cost and increases the efficiency of the document management process. This software provides value to any company performing invoicing, statement generation, or other customer mailings.
Neopost's BTA PrintMachine output management software package can be combined with Neopost's technologically advanced folder inserter systems to provide a complete document management solution, from file creation through envelope filling. This Windows-based software is easy to install and helps meet and exceed printing and output management objectives.
Neopost's BTA PrintMachine automates the entire mail creation process to dramatically reduce labor costs. The system is able to group documents for the same recipient, presort for USPS postal automation discounts, apply optical marks that drive the intelligent folder/inserter process, and print the completed documents.
The sorting capabilities of Neopost's BTA PrintMachine's include merging, grouping and printing. Because each recipient receives only one envelope per run, there is an enormous savings on postage. Additional postal savings can be garnered from the system's ability to verify addresses against the USPS database and generate barcodes that qualify for USPS discounts.
Neopost's folding/inserting equipment, using optical mark recognition, can stuff those grouped sets into the right sized envelopes, ensuring that documents are properly posted by the mailing machine.
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