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If it quacks like a duck... it might be HP InkJet

Aflac's brand and marketing campaign may feature quacking ducks, but when it comes to print its more about web presses than webbed feet. 

 

Since moving to the HP InkJet Web Press based Pitney Bowes solution for in-house printing of transactional documents, this Fortune 500 insurance company has benefitted from reduced equipment costs, freed-up floor space and integration of quality color graphics into transpromotional documents.

 

in-plant graphics cover.jpgClick on the link below to get the full story about how Aflac uses its Pitney Bowes IntelliJet printing system based on two HP T230 presses affectionately known as ‘Ben and Franklin,’  to process all of its transactional printing including customer letters, customer mail outs, policy covers and policy content across two shifts running at speeds up to 400 feet per minute,

 

Dipping Their Wings in the Inkjet Pond

 

Whether expanding into new applications or optimizing existing transpromotional operations - HP InkJet Web Press gets the job done.

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