Pitney Bowes Completes Document Processing Solution with HP Partnership

 

Pitney Bowes announced it is launching a new production color printing system for high volume transactional mailers. Called the Pitney Bowes® IntelliJet™, it is based on a strategic alliance with HP and will use their color inkjet printing system to produce transactional statements.  Under the Mailstream Solutions Management division, Pitney will now have a more complete document processing solution that can balance and support integrated in-bound and outbound communication. Prior to this, on the output side, Pitney was limited to on-premise output management software that provides authoring and workflow solutions to control and manage production. This alliance –to be hosted in Pitney Facilities – adds the hardware and finishing component.  Tighter  in-bound and outbound  communication, and use of high-speed color print is an inevitable trend  for transactional customer communications for the direct channel, and this is a step forward for Pitney.  

 

 

 

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re: Pitney Bowes Completes Document Processing Solution with HP

They had been making inroads into that space for some time through their printstream engineering and doc comp software, but this sounds like a major jump. Thanks for sharing.