For Immediate Release:
Contact: Roxanne Bruzas
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February 4, 2016
IDAutomation.com Announces an Update to their USPS Intelligent Mail IMb Barcode Fonts.
(Tampa, FL.) IDAutomation.com, Inc. has released a new version of their IDAutomation USPS Intelligent Mail IMb Barcode Font Advantage Package. This single Barcode Font Package generates all USPS Intelligent Mail barcodes including IMb Tracing, IMpb, IM Tray Labels, OneCode Confirm and ACS, Postnet and the IM Container Barcode. More information about this new package can be found at: http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-fonts/usps-intelligent-mail/
Updates in the 2016 version include:
The download includes examples for Crystal Reports, OpenOffice Calc, Microsoft Excel, Word and Access and introducing the easy-to-use Microsoft Excel and Word Barcode Add-in. Pricing for the font package starts at $159 for a single user license. A royalty free developer license, which allows redistribution, costs $790. A fully functional evaluation version of the font package is available for download at the IDAutomation.com website: http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-fonts/usps-intelligent-mail/download.html.
In addition to the Intelligent Barcode Font Advantage Package, IDAutomation provides barcode fonts, components and software applications that support several barcode types, including the latest Databar and 2D Symbologies, like QR Code. IDAutomation.com, Inc. has been marketing products for businesses since 1996 and is privately held. For more information, visit their website at http://www.idautomation.com.
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