by September 12, 2002 0 comments

OfficeRight from Pitney Bowes is a compact mail-processing device for medium and large enterprises. It performs mail-processing functions quickly and can be integrated with your existing document-management system. 

At the front of the machine are two trays for the lead documents, an envelope feeder on the top and an insert feeder for additional pages behind the envelope feeder. The control buttons are on the top. 

Once the lead document is fed, it meets the rubber rollers inside. There are three rollers calibrated to fold the paper. The folded document gets inserted into an envelope, which is kept opened by two plastic fingers. The pre-gummed envelope then gets sealed using a water strip. All this in a blink of the eye–the machine rolls out 20 sealed envelopes per minute.

This machine can roll out 20 sealed envelopes per minute

It can handle a variety of paper sizes and can be operated for eight hours continuously. This model is the entry-level machine and comes with a one-year warranty.

It comes with a separate franking machine–the PostPerfect–to put stamps and/or slogans on to the envelopes. There’s a jack at the back of the PostPerfect, through which it can be connected to a computer. You can customize the functions–stamp, date, value of the postage or a special message, to be printed on the envelope–and then save it in PostPerfect’s memory. The Account feature lets you track mail–the number of packets sent out, dates they were sent on and value of the postage used. To protect PostPerfect from being tampered with, you can assign a password. However, the PostPerfect becomes operational only after you’ve acquired a license from the Department of Post. 

Price: Rs 600,000 for OfficeRight and PostPerfect. 

Contact: HCL Infosystems. Tel: 011-4555219. E-mail: 

Neetu Katyal in Noida

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