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Not Ready to Buy? Consider Leasing an Envelope Printer

Posted by: Tim Murphy on 11/21/17 11:00 AM

Because buying isn't for everybody, we've put together a three-year leasing program for businesses interested in benefiting from the iJetColor envelope printer without needing to own it. 

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Interested in Comparing Envelope Printing Costs for the iJetColor Plus?

Posted by: Tim Murphy on 10/30/17 3:00 PM

With an iJetColor envelope press, it's easy to print profitably. Compared to using other printers for short-run envelope printing, our customers experience higher profit margins, faster speeds, and lower costs of ownership. Here's what you can expect when you complete business printing with the iJetColor Plus ...

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Grow Your Direct Mail Profits with High-Speed Variable Data Printing

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 10/24/17 10:00 AM

Variable data printing automates personalization during short-run envelope printing. Beyond the ability to store and recall print information from previous envelope runs, the software that comes with iJetColor envelope press can take preset customer data and use it to customize each envelope. 

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Short Run vs. Offset Press Printers: Envelope Printing

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 4/12/17 10:05 AM

When it comes to envelope printing, you're most likely either using an offset press or a short-run envelope press. Both do their jobs and do their jobs well, but what I'll be covering today is the types of print jobs each machine excels at. 

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How do you Measure the ROI of your envelope printer?

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 3/2/17 10:05 AM

When it comes to calculating the ROI of envelope printing, there are typically two avenues you can go down: data-driven number crunching and taking a hard look at the improvements your business will experience. 

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Should I Stop Outsourcing my Envelope Printing?

Posted by: Bill Frederick on 2/13/17 11:03 AM

Outsourcing your envelope printing through a third party vendor might seem like it comes with some benefits. You send off order details, and the order comes back completed. What's starting to happen time and time again is that businesses are seeing their profit margins get smaller while their order turn times are growing. If this sounds a little too familiar, ask yourself the following questions:

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