Pitney Bowes has debuted a new inserting system that it claims will improve efficiencies for mailers by letting them seamlessly integrate different jobs. The Epic Inserting System, introduced today at Hunkeler Innovationdays 2015 in Lucerne, Switzerland, is a high-speed, multi-format machine for processing complex transactional mail that allows users to move swiftly and easily between letters and flats in a single work cell, the company says.
“Our clients are being tasked with processing different mail formats in varying volumes, so they are constantly looking for ways to increase productivity without compromising integrity and accuracy,” says Grant Miller, VP of global strategic product management at Pitney Bowes. “Epic meets this challenge by allowing users to incorporate multiple mail formats onto one system and enabling faster changeovers to maximize system uptime and accelerate ROI.”
Epic employs a new digital interface compatible with mobile devices that makes it easier for processors to monitor risks and quickly adapt to changing conditions.