Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) today announced it is expanding its line of high-speed digital color printing systems. The new offering, the Pitney Bowes® IntelliJet™ 20 Printing System, will help more companies transition their printed communications from monochrome to color simply and cost-effectively, and communicate more effectively with their audiences.
The new system complements the IntelliJet™ 30 Printing System, which Pitney Bowes launched in 2009. The system is on display at the IPEX 2010 industry show, taking place May 18-25 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK.
Like the IntelliJet™ 30 Printing System, the new system is the result of a strategic alliance with HP, a global leader in information and print technology. Offering the same high-quality, 1200 x 600 dpi addressable resolution print engine and built-in Pitney Bowes Production Intelligence™ software, the IntelliJet™ 20 Printing System produces complex transactional statements without compromising speed or quality. Its 20.5-inch-wide format is sized to replace existing toner-based monochrome devices. Scaled for high-volume transactional print and mail customers, the system fits right within their existing environment to deliver 2-up monochrome as well as the full color variable print they need to expand services.
Both the IntelliJet™ 20 and the IntelliJet™ 30 Printing Systems include new features and system enhancements for greater performance and capability. These include:
- Pitney Bowes® IntelliJet™ Print Process Manager, a powerful hardware and software solution that maximizes the productivity and operational control of IntelliJet™ Printing Systems
- Fully integrated MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) to allow financial institutions to print checks with integrity and security
- Expanded range of integrated post print accessories that can be configured to support specific mail finishing needs