Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) today announced that Incepture Print Solutions of Jacksonville, Florida has ordered two Pitney Bowes IntelliJet 20® Printing Systems and two Mailstream Wrapper Productivity Series to help produce high-quality health insurance communications.
The integrated print-and-mail technology will enable Incepture Print Solutions to create a White Paper Factory™ environment, which eliminates the need for pre-printed forms and envelopes. All documents and envelopes are created and printed from rolls of plain white paper. These automated solutions will help provide high-integrity and process control for producing important health insurance communications including statements and bills.
“In today’s high-volume printing and mailing environment, white paper factory solutions cannot only help increase efficiency, they can help organizations link print-and-mail to produce more engaging, colorful statements and bills for their customers,” said Grant Miller, vice president, global strategic product management, Document Messaging Technologies, Pitney Bowes. “We are honored to be selected by Incepture Print Solutions to help provide this technology and look forward to working with them to create more effective customer communications.”
“With the White Paper Factory solutions from Pitney Bowes, Incepture Print Solutions can cost-effectively produce full-color, high-quality documents for our customers, in addition to monochrome documents that we offer today,” said Gene Rauch, director, Incepture Print Solutions. “The increased performance capabilities of this technology will be a key component of our strategy to grow our business and offer competitive pricing to our customers.”The IntelliJet 20 Printing System helps companies transition their printed communications from monochrome to vibrant color so they can communicate more effectively with their customers. The system can consistently print full color, 100-percent variable data at production speeds of up to 400-feet per minute. The IntelliJet 20 Printing System prints at 1,200 nozzles-per-inch native resolution regardless of print speed for predictable quality and service level agreement (SLA) attainment.