The OMS-200 software solution simplifies and centralizes the preparation of all your customer communications for our folder inserters.
Reliably manage documents such as invoices or pay slips with varied number of pages per recipient. You can also add an extra documents like promotional offers to selected recipients.
The combination of a folder inserter equipped with optical mark reader option and OMS-200 software makes collation and production of complex mailings quick, easy and accurate. OMS-200 enhances documents by adding barcode deocument intelligence that is read by Neopost folding and inserting machines, allowing automated collation, folding, insertion and sealing.
How does it work?
The optical mark reader head installed on the folding and inserting system reads and interprets the Barcodes printed on the pages of your documents. Controlled automatically, your Neopost folding and inserting system will always know how to securely insert the correct documents into the correct envelopes!
The OMS-200 software is used to generate your barcodes on your documents, without affecting your invoicing and payroll applications and software! All you have to do is collect your flow of printouts (pay slips, invoices, etc.) in PDF format and let yourself be guided by the software to know how to carry out complex management of your documents in just a few minutes.
Accurate and personalised mail
Without automation, it is time consuming to control the integrity and security of your business-critical customer communications. Ensuring the proper documents reach the correct recipient is vital in today's business climate. Having a solution that guarantees the security of your mail pieces ensures compliance, avoids potentially costly fines and avoids customer dissatisfaction.
OMS-200 is the easy and cost effective way to automate and manage mail output, ensuring the right mail always goes to the right person. You can set up printing, folding and inserting with just a few clicks.
Optional Module: Multi-Envelope Print Batches
Sorts documents into print batches, depending on the number of sheets in each document; for example, documents with between one and three sheets might be printed in batch A, documents with four to eight sheets in batch B, and documents with more than eight sheets in batch C.
Separate print for small and large batches increases efficiency, each batch can then be inserted into the appropriate envelope size, minimising postage and envelope costs.