Pitney Bowes Launches High-Integrity Tabletop Inserter
Pitney Bowes, based in Stamford, Conn., announced the launch of its new Pitney Bowes Companion high-integrity tabletop inserter, which integrates with larger Pitney Bowes console inserting systems to help existing customers achieve greater visibility and control of their high-volume mail operations.
The Pitney Bowes Companion Inserting System can provide full, closed-loop job reconciliation for both small jobs and reprints that are typically processed manually or on larger Pitney Bowes console systems. Pitney Bowes Direct Connect control system currently runs on all high-speed systems including the Mailstream Productivity Series, APS Advanced Productivity Series and FPS Split Drive inserting systems.
“Most importantly, this new solution replaces manual workstations where envelopes were previously hand stuffed, making them more susceptible to integrity breaches,” said Clint Dally, vice president, Product Line Management and Direct Mail Solutions. “Now, because mail piece data from Pitney Bowes Companion inserter can be integrated with our high volume systems, we can offer greater productivity as well as a window into their operations from a single data source.”
The inserter processes up to 5,400 mail pieces per hour. It can run letter and flat mail on a single platform with a highly simplified setup in between jobs. It can also read OMR and other general barcode symbology on the application.
For more information, visit www.pb.com.