The challenges that face production mail service providers and in-house shops seeking operational excellence are nothing new, but the ways to address them are. The good news: a new class of intelligent print and mail solutions designed to work together can help you meet these challenges by offering a clear path to continuous improvement and success. Find out how to achieve operational excellence through automation, workflows and inserting, sorting and high-speed color inkjet printing solutions.
Recent advances in print technology have made it easier and more affordable for companies to incorporate color into customer billing documents. Instead of statement stock with pre-printed color areas overlaid with black-and-white ink, companies can now efficiently create full-color documents from a blank sheet of paper. If you've been printing statements in black-and-white, making the change to full color can come with indecision. Our ebook can help you understand the move to color inkjet.
This ebook is a quick guide to understanding compliance in print and mail operations. It surveys the best steps for preparing your operations to comply with laws and regulations - and implement best practices. In this ebook, you will discover how companies maintain compliance and manage risk.
I was fortunate to be invited by Pitney Bowes to attend their annual Innovation Summit, at which over 100 of their clients attend to share experiences, discuss best practices, and get to see and experience new technologies and products and services all in one day. I always jump at the chance to participate in events like this for several reasons.
Snow-capped mountains were the backdrop once again for Hunkeler Innovationdays 2017, which took place in Lucerne, Switzerland.
TSYS has selected the Pitney Bowes IntelliJet 20 Printing System to expand its high-quality color transactional printing capabilities.
Pitney Bowes has acquired the assets of ProSORT, a Microdynamics company and mailing solutions provider in Naperville, Ill.
Pitney Bowes announced that its cloud-based shipping solution, SendPro, now has the ability to print USPS postage for mailing.
The casserole of Cloud-based services continues to get pinches of this and dashes of that, but one thing hasn’t changed. Many printers are hesitant to take a bite. It’s not that printers are control freaks or paranoid about sinister forces aligning to abscond with their precious data. There are legitimate concerns in placing your information, and ostensibly, that of your client, into a third-party provider’s hands.
Last week, Mele Printing opened up its Covington, La., headquarters to demonstrate its AcceleJet printing and finishing system.