InterMail Uses Solimar and Xerox to Drive Transactional and Direct Marketing Future

Just outside Copenhagen, Denmark, is the home of European Print Service Provider (PSP), InterMail. With a foundation in envelopes, InterMail has continued to grow and evolve their business to include transactional print and direct marketing. As a premier provider in the EU marketplace, InterMail has become known for their Variable Data Print (VDP) that allows them to offer personalised products to their customers that are specific to a region or even in a one-to-one communication.

This video case study explores InterMail’s mission to deliver the highest quality, timely production and relevant print products to their customer base. Within this video you will take a journey with the COO of InterMail exploring the latest technology selected by InterMail for their production environment.

This advanced technology from a hardware perspective includes long-time partner to Solimar Systems, Xerox, and the Xerox Impika Compact printer for high speed, roll-to-cut print output. From a software perspective, InterMail continues their relationship with Solimar and leverages the Chemistry™ platform for workflow solutions. Watch this video to learn how organizations like InterMail have created a path to new markets and opportunities by implementing and using the latest tools to produce high-volume print and mail with conditional personalisation.

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About InterMail

InterMail A/S, formerly National Industri A/S, is a Denmark-based company. It is primarily engaged in the production and sale of envelopes and other stationery products, packaging, letter shop activities, the sale of graphics products, and the supply of communication solutions. The Company’s operations are carried out through three principal business areas. The Envelopes business area, which mainly operates through a subsidiary Konvolut Danmark A/S, produces envelopes. The Lettershop business area, which is primarily operational through a subsidiary Lettershop Mailservice A/S, coordinates mail delivery. The Graphic production business area that principally operates through a subsidiary InterMail Graphic A/S produces printed materials, such as letter paper, profile brochures, and catalogs.