MN-based Datacard unveils a new card delivery and envelope insertion systems for high volume card programs. The new products include the DX5100 card delivery system, as well as the Datacard MXi810 and MXi610 envelope insertion systems.
The DX5100 card delivery system is a stand-alone card attachment and envelope insertion system that enables card issuers to segment the personalization from the card delivery process. The new DX5100 card delivery system gives issuers real-world productivity, plus the advantages of a modular system that can grow with evolving business needs. Features include full-color printing and personalization for on-demand 1:1 marketing materials or the ability to feed pre-printed forms; support for larger sizes of up to 11″x17″ / A3; and automated envelope insertion capabilities that allow card issuers to manage card mailings from beginning-to-end.
Complementing the high-volume Datacard card personalization product line, the MXi810 and MXi610 envelope insertion systems offer issuers an inline option that fully automates the card personalization to card delivery process. With the ability to automate envelope insertion and sealing, the systems support a wide variety of insert types and sizes and can automatically divert mail packages, rank important deliveries, and organize output for efficient distribution in the production and card delivery process. In addition, the systems can print directly on the envelope, which eliminates production steps and ultimately improves the overall package integrity for mailings.
The Company says its card delivery solutions let issuers strike the perfect balance of inline and stand-alone card delivery capabilities in a market that demands increasing agility, flexibility and personalized communications.
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