Pitney Bowes Inc. today announced new enhancements to its line of IntelliJet(TM) Printing Systems that are designed to increase the operational performance and quality range of the systems. These updates include new higher print speed options to help high-volume transactional mailers and service bureaus improve run times and operational performance to meet critical production deadlines for their valuable customer communications. Pitney Bowes will showcase these features at drupa 2012 in Dusseldorf, Germany (Hall 4 Stand 4C04).

The upgrades include:

  • An optional print speed of 244 meters (800 feet) per minute for monochrome production of customer communications for the IntelliJet(TM) 30 and IntelliJet(TM) 42 Printing Systems. At this higher speed, operations can produce 4-up letter applications at up to 6,982 impressions per minute and A4 applications up to 6,570 impressions per minute. Available as an option on new systems or as an upgrade to help customers enhance their investment as their business needs change, the 244 meters (800 feet) per minute speed provides additional capacity to process more monochrome documents per shift while maintaining outstanding print quality.
  • An option to double the speed of the IntelliJet(TM) 20 Printing System to 122 meters (400 feet) per minute for color printing of transactional statements. The 122 meters (400 feet) per minute speed provides additional capability to process more full color, personalized, 100% variable data documents per shift while maintaining outstanding print quality. The speed increase is available as an option on new systems or as an upgrade to existing systems.
  • An expanded paper printing range which includes coated papers to help in-house mail and print operations process more types of applications.

"Pitney Bowes is committed to providing our customers with solutions that can help them better connect with their customers to build more valuable relationships," said Ramesh Ratan, president, Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies. "The enhancements to our IntelliJet printing systems can help enterprises and third-party service bureaus move to digital color print and mail helping them more effectively produce relevant, personalized transactional and transpromo statements that drive better business results."

The Pitney Bowes(R) IntelliJet Print Process Manager powers the IntelliJet Printing Systems to produce highly quality complex color or monochrome customer communications at full print speed. The IntelliJet Printing System family leverages proven HP inkjet technology to offer 1,200 nozzles-per-inch native resolution and nozzle redundancy for robust print quality.

Pitney Bowes(R) Production Intelligence(R) software allows mailers to integrate print and mail with one streamlined platform for unprecedented process integration and control, greater print and mail precision and end-to-end system integrity. The IntelliJet(TM) family of printing systems is a key component to delivering more powerful, relevant customer communications. Only Pitney Bowes offers an end-to-end solution that can help print and mail operations migrate to a White Paper Factory(TM) solution that includes output management, production print, mail finishing, envelope wrapping and inline on-envelope printing, for greater productivity, operational cost savings made possible by lean, highly efficient document manufacturing. All of these systems are backed by a single service and support team for peak efficiency and performance. Together, these elements result in a truly integrated solution for companies where mail plays a strategic role in customer communications.

About Pitney Bowes
Delivering more than 90 years of innovation, Pitney Bowes provides software, hardware and services that integrate physical and digital communications channels. Long known for making its customers more productive, Pitney Bowes is increasingly helping other companies grow their business through advanced customer communications management. Pitney Bowes is a $5.3 billion company and employs more than 29,000 worldwide. For more, visit www.pb.com.

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