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					                Get Mailings Noticed!
       Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope Printer Brings
              Colour and Creativity In-house

Harlow, UK, November 8, 2010: Pitney Bowes has launched the Digital
Envelope Printer - a high resolution, full-colour printer that brings professional
print quality and ‘openability’ and appeal to office mailings. The printer is
being offered through a strategic collaboration with Xanté.

The advantage of using full colour within marketing and transactional
communications is well documented, significantly boosting read and response
rates. Now, the Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope Printer extends this advantage
to the envelope itself, creating standout mailings that immediately convey
brand values and encourage communications to be opened.

Flexible and cost-efficient
Businesses using the Digital Envelope Printer are no longer restricted to
wasteful minimum runs created on expensive offset presses. High resolution
colour (at 1200 dpi) and variable data can be printed on window and non-
window envelopes as well as postcards, business cards, letterhead and plain
paper.

Ease of use, fast set-up
The Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope Printer comes with Pitney Bowes
iQueue™ printer management software as standard. iQueue allows precise
control over colour settings, the ability to save and recall frequently run jobs
for faster set-up, and access to a library of pre-defined settings to optimize
image quality. These features are designed to help businesses get the best
results on a wide range of commonly-used materials and image types.
Setting up the machine is easy.

Specifically designed to maximise productivity
The Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope Printer is specifically designed to boost
productivity when producing colour printed envelopes. The printer’s input
feeder, and output conveyer, can easily handle up to 1000 C5 or DL
envelopes, or 4000 sheets of regular paper. The printer is flexible enough to
make printing on other materials easy.
PANTONE® licensed
Pantone certification means that the Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope Printer is
able to match or simulate Pantone colours. This makes it possible for smaller
shops to compete for corporate colour business, and for larger printers and
design shops to fulfil shorter run, production-quality jobs faster, on an
alternate device.

Benoit Micaud, EAME Product Manager & Software Solution Partnership,
Pitney Bowes International, comments: “The Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope
Printer is designed to give businesses a head-start in the battle for consumer
attention.

“Mailed communications represent a regular touchpoint with the customer.
Every opportunity must be taken to make these communications work harder
in order to generate return on investment. Until now, the envelope was simply
wasted space – a blank canvas. The Pitney Bowes Digital Envelope Printer
will encourage businesses to get creative - which in turn will help to drive
response and grow profits.”

Arthur Verwey, Vice President of Worldwide OEM Sales, Xanté Corp,
comments: “Xanté is proud to have such a distinguished partner forging a
new frontier in high-quality print output for the direct mail or office user.

“Our unparalleled imaging technology, in combination with Pitney Bowes’ mail
fulfillment expertise, is the powerful force behind the launch of this new digital
product.”


www.pitneybowes.co.uk


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About Pitney Bowes

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Celebrating its 90 year of innovation, Pitney Bowes provides software, hardware and services that
integrate physical and digital communications channels. Long known for making its customers more
productive, Pitney Bowes is increasingly helping other companies grow their business. Pitney Bowes is
a $5.6 billion company and employs 33,000 worldwide. Pitney Bowes: Every connection is a new
opportunity™. www.pb.com



iQueue™ is a Xanté registered trademark.

				
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