The following is a press release from Pitney Bowes
System Features Small Footprint and Processes a Variety of Incoming and Outgoing Mail
STAMFORD, Conn., May 02, 2011 – Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) today announced it is introducing the Reliant™ Sorting Solution to provide lower-volume mail producers with a cost-efficient way to sort a variety of outgoing mail to obtain USPS® postage discounts and to speed the delivery of incoming mail. Ideal for enterprises and government agencies, the new solution features a small footprint, making it easy to add to existing mail operations. In addition, the Reliant Sorting Solution can help organizations manage private, high-integrity mail in one location for their transactional print and mail operations.
“Changes in technology, mail volumes, mail patterns, USPS® processes, and economic conditions are causing more organizations to reconsider their strategy for obtaining postage discounts,” said Grant Miller, vice president, global strategic product management and North American sales, Document Messaging Technologies, Pitney Bowes. “Our new Reliant Sorting Solution makes it viable for organizations with lower mail volumes to sort their mail in-house to take advantage of deeper postage discounts.”
The Reliant Sorting Solution can sort letters up to 18,000 per hour and flats up to 16,000 per hour. Measuring only 9.9 feet long by 34 inches wide, the small footprint of the solution makes it seamless to add to existing mail and print operations. The Reliant Sorting Solution enables mailers to access U.S. Postal Service® outbound sorting, in-bound sorting, and Vote by Mail applications. The solution is also backed by a single service and support team for peak efficiency and performance. The Reliant Sorting Solution is available immediately for order.
source: Pitney Bowes