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From Christmas cards, thank you cards, invoices and Christmas catalogues, to sending out those last minute responses, your franking machine will help your business have its best Christmas yet.
What’s the best way to keep in touch with your customers? It’s often hard to know with so many options on offer. From emails to social posts, there have never been so many ways to communicate. But do any of these new channels work as effectively as a piece of emotive mail?
Change, grow, live (CGL) is a health and social care charity that works with individuals who want to change their lives for the better, and achieve positive and life-affirming goals. With more than 4,000 employees and volunteers across 150 locations in England and Wales, the organisation has an incredibly positive impact on thousands of individuals up and down the country.
A Multi-channel communications strategy takes a customer view of your business’ communication. It gives customers choice over how they wish to interact with you and aims to deliver the best possible experience through print, email, online and mobile. In this the first in a four part blog series on multi-channel communication we take a look at why it’s important to your customers and your business.
Compliance is a critical function that usually goes unnoticed. It happens in the background, only getting attention when something has gone wrong. Yet, regulatory compliance is a growing area of risk for companies, particularly those operating in the financial services industry which face an ever-changing web of stringent laws.
On Thursday 3rd November, we will be attending and speaking at Socitm Scotland 2016, Edinburgh. The annual conference focuses on Scotland’s digital future, bringing together leading companies and experts to discuss how technology will continue to shape our professional and personal lives.
Neopost Limited, the UK’s leading provider of communication solutions, today announced that, following a competitive tendering process, a number of its solutions are now available to public sector organisations in Wales, via the new public sector framework agreement.
In November, we attended and spoke at Socitm Scotland 2016, Edinburgh. The conference focused on the digital future of Scotland’s public sector, and brought together leading companies and experts who discussed how technology is shaping frontline services.
Multi-channel communications gives your customers choice over how they interact with your business and can save costs and improve efficiency through increased use of digital communications. In the first blog “Be Smart with Multi Channel Communications” in this series we explored why multi-channel communication is important. Here, we explain the critical role of data.
Neopost is the number two global provider of mailing solutions and a major player in digital communications and shipping solutions. Its mission is to guide and support organizations in how they send and receive communications and goods, helping them better connect with their business environment through hardware, software and... Show more
Neopost is the number two global provider of mailing solutions and a major player in digital communications and shipping solutions. Its mission is to guide and support organizations in how they send and receive communications and goods, helping them better connect with their business environment through hardware, software and services.
Neopost supplies innovative user-friendly solutions for physical and digital communications management for large enterprises and SMEs, as well as shipping processes for supply-chain and e-commerce players.
With a strong local presence in 31 countries and over 6,000 employees, Neopost works closely with a network of partners in order to market its solutions in more than 90 countries. In 2015, Neopost recorded annual sales of €1.2 billion.
Neopost is listed in Compartment A of Euronext Paris and belongs notably to the SBF 120 index.
Find out more at www.neopost.co.uk