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Harland Clarke teams with OCE digital check printing
TRUMBULL, Conn. (9/30/11)--Harland Clarke has installed two Oce JetStream 2200 continuous feed inkjet printing solutions and Oce PRISMA workflow software to further automate print production in its payment solutions and marketing services business units. Harland Clarke is a CUNA Strategic Services provider. Oce’s end-to-end inkjet printing solution makes it possible for Harland Clarke to offer full-color variable digital printing of customized checks from plain white stock. This technological advancement replaces monochrome printing on pre-printed security check stock. With the Oce JetStream 2200 production printing system, checks and other applications are printed in full color at high speed in a single-pass operation. The process starts with white paper; adds full-color variable data with embedded security features, including digital pantographs and MICR lines; and ends with in-line finishing. The security features of the business checks meet or exceed U.S. banking requirements. While Harland Clarke’s initial focus for the Oce solution was on a greater level of automation in providing advanced printed check products to its customers, Harland Clarke intends to leverage the customization features of digital color printing to expand its product offerings in other business areas, the company said. Harland Clarke said it can add color logos and brand images to a broader range of marketing-services printed products for its business clients. “Going from a multi-pass to a single-pass printing environment helps us deliver a better solution to the market,” said Brad Wheeless, Harland Clark executive vice president of operations. “The increased automation equates to a higher level of service for our small-business customers.”
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