Pitney Bowes Inc. introduced its newest entry in the mail sortation market, the Pitney Bowes Vantage Sorting Solution, designed to automate more mail sorting processes, including weighing and postage metering, saving time and reducing expenses.
The Vantage Sorting Solution is intended to deliver superior performance along a number of dimensions, including productivity, reliability, flexibility and ease of use, for a greater total return on investment. Its new feeder technology allows for greater variability of mailpiece thickness than current systems, without compromising system speed. The increased loading capacity and L-shape feeder deck design simplifies workflow. Sorting integrity—a critical component of meeting stringent postal and business requirements—is enhanced by tracking each mailpiece to its final sort pocket destination and by an innovative new double-detection technology that can even distinguish tabbed mailpieces.
One of the key value propositions, Miller noted, is the ability to offer integration of mail sorting with other processes, such as inline weighing and postage metering. This automation of more mail processes not only streamlines the overall way mailpieces are handled, but also allows mailers to accept mail from more sources and expand their service.
The Vantage Sorting Solution’s ergonomic design takes the safety and comfort of its operators into account as well. All optional equipment, such as printers, are housed in the chassis and behind covers for improved accessibility and quieter operation.
Pitney Bowes backs up the Vantage Sorting Solution with optional service packages that can help keep the system operating with superior performance over the long haul. Pitney Bowes’s specially trained customer service organization can help the system run at its optimal efficiency, enabling mailers to provide aggressive Service Level Agreements to their clients.