Few organizations are prepared to revamp their print and mail organization overnight— but even fewer are prepared to stand still as the industry discovers innovative ways to cut costs and connect with customers.
One of the more dramatic shifts in recent months involves the growing interest in plain white paper. In this new print-to-mail environment, companies can say goodbye to pre-printed forms and start each job with blank paper and white envelopes. The reasons are simple enough: inkjet technology now delivers the speed, print quality and per- piece affordability that mailers demand.
Please read on in the White Paper from Pitney Bowes (downloadable file to the right)