Pitney Bowes Introduces New Production Package Enhancement to the DI875 Tabletop Inserter
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn., March 18 -- Pitney Bowes today unveiled the new Production Package available for the DI875 tabletop inserting system that offers mailers high-speed, versatile inserting for customized mail preparation. The DI875 Production Package's Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) capability and variable page processing coupled with an intelligent sheet feeder, which collates complete sets, enables businesses to better manage the contents of each mail piece, while increasing the document's integrity and reducing overall costs.
"Given its versatility and efficiency, the new DI875 Production Package can help businesses increase the productivity and impact of their mailings," said Timothy M. Bates, Vice President, Customer Marketing, Pitney Bowes. "The intelligent sheet feeding system and OMR capability allow mailers to ensure that the right message or materials are delivered to the right person. For many businesses, like healthcare organizations, insurance companies and banks, the integrity of the message is critical, while for marketers, the ability to target customers with customized offers is key. The DI875 Production Package help businesses better communicate with their customers to grow their business."
The DI875 Production Package offers increased productivity by reducing manual processes associated with paper handling and feeding. It also enables businesses to customize each mail piece with variable page application for multiple different inserts. The OMR capability of the DI875 Production Package can increase mail piece integrity by automatically verifying that each message is correctly matched with the correct recipient envelope. Another cost-saving benefit of the DI875 Production Package is its Bar Coding feature that gives mailers the ability to secure postal discounts for presorting their mail.
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