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Lexmark adds Envelope Wizard to its SmartSolutions apps

Create and print envelopes without the need for a PC

Lexmark is continuing to add to its range of SmartSolution apps for its internet-connected printers with the launch of the Envelope Wizard SmartSolution.

The app allows users Lexmark's Platinum, Pinnacle, Prestige and interact web-connected all-in-one (AIO) printers, as well as its newest device, the Genesis S815 to enter an address and select an envelope size and then print the envelope direct from the printer without the need to use a word-processing program. Furthermore, the return address can be entered once and then saved and automatically added to the envelope.

"Although we live in an email-heavy business world, the case for sharing printed content via post is still very relevant and necessary. Where possible, cutting additional admin tasks for the professional homeworker and small businesses can really help to streamline processes and, at Lexmark, we are always looking to develop SmartSolutions that address those need," said Julia Lunn, head of marketing for Lexmark UK & Ireland.

"This Envelope Wizard SmartSolution is just one example that businesses can take advantage of, to make the simplest, but sometimes most time consuming jobs, quicker and less of a burden to the working day."

There are already a host of SmartSolutions apps designed to increase productivity and efficiency. They include offerings from Facebook, Twitter, TripIt and Evernote, and can be downloaded now from Lexmark's dedicated web page.


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