Neopost at Hunkeler Innovationdays 2015
Neopost will be present at this major print industry event (Stand B6, Feb 23-26, 2015 Lucerene, Switzerland) aimed at trendsetters and technology leaders who set the pace for the next stage of industry innovation. Hunkeler, organized every other year, focuses on practical issues and appeals to an international audience.
High-Performing Folder Inserter
Our intelligent high-volume DS-1200 G3 Folder Inserter, designed to streamline mail processing, will be demonstrated onsite. This solution:
- Selects and adapts the system to meet individual needs
- Offers convenient and efficient operation (e.g. only 12 minutes for 3 different job changes)
- Offers integrated system integrity
- Complies with security and regulatory requirements
- Automates individual document preparation
This stand will enable visitors to see Neopost’s rebrand in action with our new logo, new baseline, “Send. Receive .Connect.” And our brand new color too.
Machines in Action
The Innovationdays are all about letting visitors seen how machines work and live demos will play a key role during this 4-day event. Our AS-3060 address printer with the xps-Feeder will be showcased, showing how 15.8 mm thick catalogs can be personalized. And our AS-970C full color printer for envelopes will be displayed too. Our software, including OMS-500, AIMS and GMC Inspire, will also be presented at the stand, promoting Neopost as a leading integrated solutions provider.
A Sustainable Future for the Postal Industry
Do you know how to precisely measure your postage revenue leakage? Are your information systems smart enough to gather the right data to ensure all postage items are accounted for? And can you estimate how much money you would get back if you implemented a revenue protection plan?
More than a Million Small Companies Lacking Basic Digital Skills
This interesting article by Ben Lobel highlights the surprising lack of digital skills at a surprising number of small companies in the UK. Some 23% of all small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) still lack basic digital skills, according to the latest UK Business Digital Index. And this trend is even more...