Pitney Bowes DM875 Printer Review
For many business environments, sending large amounts of a mail is a necessity, but it doesn't have to be a difficult process. The Pitney Bowes DM875 is a digital mailing system that can help streamline the postage process, and it can handle up to 230 envelopes per minute, while the inkjet printing system uses low-cost Pitney Bowes DM875 printer ink to minimize operating expenses.
Under ideal conditions, envelope runs consist of multiple pieces with the same size and weight. Experienced workers know that this is rarely the case, however. The DM875 can still handle mixed sources, however, as it has the ability to weigh each parcel individually, with a system called Weigh-on-the-Way. This does slow down speeds somewhat, however, with a maximum of 115 letters output per minute. The time saved by not weighing individual letters will certainly be worth the tradeoff in any case.
The control panel uses IntelliLink technology to connect via ethernet and stay current on postage rates, updates, and more. The device easily tracks all of the costs, as well as data about the parcels, users, etc. This can improve accounting practices, and different accounts can be managed separately for different users, departments, and more.
Using a common inkjet design for printer ink keeps the cost of Pitney Bowes DM875 ink cartridges quite affordable. Since very little of the Pitney Bowes DM875 ink is used for each parcel, users won't find they need to replace it often, and choosing compatible Pitney Bowes DM875 ink cartridges will bring down costs even more.
Combining a scale, printer, and cost tracking device into one machine, the Pitney Bowes DM875 is an outstanding device that can handle just about any postage needs an office can throw at it. Its ability to weigh quickly and accurately could save countless hours of a user's time, allowing them to focus on more important tasks.