Pitney Bowes to Display Integrated Solutions, Expertise and Innovation
STAMFORD, CT—September 1, 2009—Pitney Bowes Inc. will showcase its latest technology and solutions for commercial printers, direct mailers and transaction mailers at PRINT 09, this year’s largest graphic communications exhibition and conference, scheduled for McCormick Place in Chicago, September 11-16. Pitney Bowes will be located at Booth 7708.
The Pitney Bowes exhibit will highlight how effectively the company can deliver production intelligence to mailers of all types. In keeping with its theme of “1ntegrate,” the company converts complexity into simplicity through integration of print and mail processes. The Pitney Bowes exhibit will showcase the hardware, software and services required to create a seamless and efficient high-volume mail operation, beginning with pre-print processes through induction into the mailstream.
Key Pitney Bowes technologies on display in Chicago include the mailstream Productivity Series (MPS) ultra-high-speed inserting system, which will run a high-integrity, full-color application at breakthrough speed. This system will feature the new Mailstream Merging Module that cuts, merges and matches color coupons up to 80,000 per hour with a multiple-page color document, then inserts it into an inline color personalized envelope to enhance its openability. To further demonstrate high integrity, the MPS is equipped with the exclusive Privacy Guard and iSite Vision solutions.
Mailers running letter and flat applications can see a new level of ease and simplicity on the FPS Split Drive Inserting System. With the largest installed base worldwide, this industry workhorse can increase uptime with its new No Changeover module, which enables the FPS system to go from letters-to-flat mail quickly and easily. See the live changeover every day at noon and 2 PM. Additionally, the FPS system will feature the iSite™ Vision Solutions that demonstrate enhanced levels of integrity and proof of mailing. The FPS system will also be showcased in the HP booth #1229, leveraging its inkjet technology to print personalized color transpromo messages inline.