Pressure seal technology offers a number of valuable, time-saving benefits for print shops, mail houses, accounts payable departments, educational institutions, and the healthcare industry.
From checks, self-mailers and tax forms, pressure seal forms offer every industry time-saving benefits to their business mailing needs. Here are the five benefits we believe are the most important to consider when determining whether or not a pressure seal system is the right solution for your business:
1) Simplified Mail Preparation
With pressure seal technology, there is no need for separate folding, stuffing and sealing of envelopes. This frees up time to focus on revenue-generating projects. In addition, the use of pressure seal forms and equipment reduces the overall cost of mail processing by nearly 50%.
2) Eliminated Buying, Storing and Custom-Printing of Envelopes
Pressure seal forms serve as their own envelopes. Forms sizes, such as 11” or 14” length, and folds—including V-folds, Z-folds or C-Folds— are available to meet specific application requirements.
3) Faster Mail Processing
Since documents go directly from a laser printer to the pressure seal machine, there is no need to handle the document.
4) Improved Postal Processing
With pressure seal technology, addresses can be printed directly onto the form, eliminating the need for window envelopes, which can blur the address and cause delivery problems. Plus, with the appropriate mailing software, intelligent barcodes can be included to save postage costs.
5) Protecting Confidentiality and Security
Pressure seal’s cohesive edges and high-pressure sealing provide a more effective seal than traditional envelopes. And, because each mailer is self-contained, there is no chance of inserting two confidential documents into the same envelope or mismatching a document with an envelope with a different recipient address.
Self-mailers from Relyco offer up to 13 different security features to ensure that highly sensitive information is secure; additional custom security features are also available.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in March 2011 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.