“Get Noticed” by Branding Bound Documents

Berkeley, California (EastBayDaily) — Powis Parker, Inc. announces the launch of the Powis Image Blank™, a thermal document-binding strip that allows businesses to put their brand in the hands of their clients. While thermal binding strips have typically been offered in a solid color, Image Blank is a simple yet powerful tool to communicate a corporate message.

Creating branded presentations and manuals with an Image Blank is done in three steps; design, print, and bind. Create a PDF using a simple template to lay out the artwork. Then print the strip with an office inkjet printer, turning it into an Image Strip. And finally, bind documents or presentations using the Powis Fastback Model 20 binding machine.

The benefits of using Image Blanks include the flexibility of on-demand prints in any quantity coupled with quick turn around. Multiple art files can be pre-designed and ready for use according to need at a moment’s notice. Businesses worldwide are supported with the availability of sizes in 11” and A4.

“When you hand a client a presentation bound by a customized Powis Image Blank, the first thing they will see is your brand’s message, loud and clear. They will notice,” says CEO of Powis Parker, Inc., Richard Heaps.

Image Blank is an extension of Powis’ Fastback® family of products. It is compatible with Powis’ flagship product, the Fastback Model 20 thermal binding machine. The table-top machine’s digital interface operates in 11 languages and produces eco-friendly documents and books that are completely recyclable. The Fastback Model 20 was winner of the Office Equipment News’ Office Oscars award September 2012 (UK).

About Powis Incorporated in 1983, Powis is the inventor of Fastback® — revolutionary tabletop binding machines that produce strong, beautiful tape binding and bookstore-quality perfect binding and hardcovers. The Fastback line ranges from small office machines to systems that can support a high volume digital press. Our innovative bind-on-demand technology is used by leading photo book manufacturers, multiple Fortune 500 companies, and governments worldwide. More information is available at http://www.powis.com.


Dina Becerra