MXD610 Card Delivery System

Personalized delivery makes a big impact

You now have more opportunity for customized 1:1 marketing that can help you build stronger relationships with your cardholders. Use the larger format for personalized marketing messages that encourage card activation. Print bold color images that reflect the cardholder’s lifestyle and interests. Promote coupons, special offers, advertising, and cross-selling opportunities.
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Streamlined Data Flow

Both card personalization and card delivery systems use one set of data and file names.

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Support Market Trends

Meet the growing vertical card trend without limiting job sizes based on card orientation.

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Optimized Work Flow

Segment and sort finished carriers, optimizing upstream and downstream workflows.

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On-Demand Color Printing

Add visual impact to mailings and reduce large inventories of preprinted forms.

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Flexible Carriers Sizes & Folds

Add inline flexibility to support printing dynamic card carrier sizes and folds with ease.

Tech Specs

The Datacard Central Issuance Platform includes a comprehensive range of technologies to choose from, depending upon your volumes, personalization requirements, card carrier requirements, and growth objectives. Integrate a combination of these technologies to meet your program needs.

MXD610 Card Delivery System

  • Card Affixing
  • Vertical Card Placement Option
  • Form Buffer
  • Form Folders
  • Flex-form
  • Preprinted Form Feeder
  • Black and Whtie Printer
  • Color Printing
  • Card Carrier Stock and Template Verification
  • Form Stacker
  • Card Carrier Sorter

MX6100 Case Studies

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Issuance

Info-Direct Delivers Innovative Payment Cards

Card service bureau, Info-direct, sought a more efficient solution to meet its financial customers’ printing goals — while reducing preprinted payment card inventory and increasing card printing speed and flexibility.

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