Integrated print-and-mail technology from Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE:PBI) is helping Incepture Print Solutions of Jacksonville, Florida obtain significant cost savings, increase mail effectiveness and grow revenue. With the help and expertise of Pitney Bowes, Incepture Print Solutions created a White Paper Factory™ environment, which eliminates the need for pre-printed forms and envelopes, to produce more engaging, colorful statements and bills for their clients. These solutions have helped Incepture Print Solutions save over $1 million annually and drive double-digit growth.
In 2012, Incepture Print Solutions’ largest client was sending millions of transactional documents each month, requiring multiple types of pre-printed forms, outer envelopes and business reply envelopes. Each job was individually printed and assembled. Also, job set-up and change-over production were labor-intensive and inefficient.
To help reduce costs, Incepture Print Solutions standardized processes for more than 450 jobs each day, transforming one of North Florida’s largest commercial print and mail operations into a true White Paper Factory. Today, the company no longer uses pre-printed forms and envelopes. Instead, print and mail operations are linked into a single workflow to produce more engaging, colorful statements and other client communications.
“We had been looking for ways to streamline our workflow, reduce our reliance on pre-print, and enhance our ability to provide high-value client communications,” said Gene Rauch, director, Incepture Print Solutions. “The Pitney Bowes White Paper Factory solutions put that plan on the fast-track and we now produce finished mailpieces twice as quickly, have the capacity to take on new clients, and can help our clients cost-effectively produce more engaging communications.”“By incorporating an integrated White Paper Factory approach, Incepture Print Solutions is maximizing its return-on-investment on its printing and mailing operations to drive better business results and revenue growth opportunities,” said Grant Miller, vice president, global strategic product management, Document Messaging Technologies, Pitney Bowes. “They are demonstrating how integrated print and mail solutions can help organizations improve operational performance and add greater value to their client communications.”