Pitney Bowes' Mail and Document Management Solutions On Display at National Postal Forum16 Apr, 2002
Pitney Bowes' Mail and Document Management Solutions On Display at National Postal Forum
Pitney Bowes Inc. will showcase the industry's most comprehensive array of integrated mail and document management solutions at the National Postal Forum, April 21 - April 24 in San Diego.
Mail handling solutions from Pitney Bowes Global Mailing Systems include logistics and tracking solutions such Ascent and Arrival. Also on display are new solutions like, Secure Scan Mail Security Scanner, an easy to use, desktop solution that delivers both audible and visual alarms when it detects potentially hazardous metal components; ImageAlert Mail Verification System, which use imaging and email to speed communications between the mail center, the intended recipient and security personnel when a potentially suspicious mail piece is identified; and the new line of Intelligent DM Series Mailing Solutions.
Also on display will be Pitney Bowes docSense's D3 solution for digital document delivery, and the newest version of its print stream engineering software StreamWeaver 6.0 that helps organizations reduce document production costs; and integrated solutions for high volume mailers including DF works and the new APS-18, a 18,000 cycles per hour intelligent inserting system that maximizes productivity for high volume mailers.
In addition, MailCode, a Pitney Bowes company, will exhibit the Olympus(TM) II MT, a new multi-tier MLOCR mail sorter that can be customized with as few as 16 and as many as 480 pockets and process 36,000 to 42,000 pieces of mail an hour depending on envelop size. Pitney Bowes Management Services will be showcasing components of its integrated suite of mail and document management solutions including secure mail solutions and business recovery services.