Solimar Systems Releases Rubika® 3.5

Award-Winning Document Reengineering Solution Adds Support for Postal Commingling

SAN DIEGO, CA — August 16, 2012 — Solimar Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of production printing and secure document delivery solutions, today announced the release of an enhanced version of Rubika® with expanded features for high volume transactional printing and online viewing environments. The new Rubika 3.5 functionality reduces postal costs, accelerates postal delivery times, and increases document workflow control.

Rubika 3.5 supports new commingling functionality, which allows users to easily combine and blend mailings into a single mail stream thereby eliminating USPS processing steps, reducing delivery times and lowering postage costs.

In addition to the new commingling module, Rubika 3.5 enhancements include:

  • Support for processing Extensible Markup Language (XML) data in the Import, Address Cleanse, Assembly and Commingling modules.
  • Expanded options for Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) formats when reading and storing indexing data.
  • Enhanced management of tables, subreports and counting variables in the Archive Assistant module.
  • Added features to the Assembly, Export and Finishing modules to provide users with expanded flexibility.

“Using Rubika 3.5, our clients can now easily implement the new postal commingling capability to enable deeper postal savings and benefit from faster delivery times,” said Mary Ann Rowan, CMO and Vice President of Sales for Solimar Systems. “Rubika is designed for organizations that are looking for a powerful, yet nontechnical solution for changing or updating existing document workflow processes. By leveraging Rubika’s straightforward user interface, our clients continue to build automated document workflows without the expense and time of reprogramming or recomposing.”

Rubika simplifies the document reengineering process by eliminating the need for recoding, reprogramming or recomposing on host systems. Rubika enables users to automate manual processes, increase postal savings, add content to documents, leverage finishing equipment, and dynamically modify data streams prior to printing.