Pitney Bowes Inc. (booth 3601) announced the IntelliJet 30 Printing System, which, in 2011, will have an optional 600 feet per minute print speed and a new 20.5" web format, providing up to 300% greater productivity over traditional systems. Pitney Bowes is taking orders for the IntelliJet Systems, with deliveries of 30" wide, 400 feet per minute systems beginning in late 2010.
The IntelliJet 30 provides integration of printing and mailing processes, making it possible for large transactional mailers to streamline workflow, consolidate systems, eliminate pre-printed forms and enhance the value of their customer communications. Pitney Bowes and HP have collaborated on the IntelliJet line of printing systems since it was launched in 2009.
“It’s not enough these days to provide the industry’s leading integrated color print and mail solution,” said Tim Moylan, President and General Manager for Software and Production Print at Pitney Bowes. “We must constantly innovate and improve what we do because our customers are searching for new ways both to cut expenses and enhance revenues. In this first year since entering the digital color printing market, we have extended the product line by launching the IntelliJet 20 in May of this year and are now making significant enhancements to the IntelliJet 30—giving our customers greater flexibility and scale to meet their business printing needs today and into the future.”