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Royal Mail see a higher number of mistakes made during the holidays. By choosing the right options and avoiding mistakes when using your franking machine to send mail, you will save time and money. We’re here to help you frank correctly first time every time.
Earlier this week, emergency services were called to Harborough’s District Councils’ office in Market Harborough after a ‘suspicious package’ was discovered. An envelope containing white powder and a letter reading “You’ve been anthraxed” rightly led Council employees to act and call the police.
According to Yougov, 85 percent of UK SMEs are affected by late or non-payment of invoices, with each owed on average £6,142. With their often limited budgets, smaller organisations are forced to find alternatives to cover the shortfall – often overdrafts and loans – and have to pass on investment opportunities, stunting growth.
Invoicing should be simple – you fulfil a task, cost it, document the information and then send. But it’s rarely that smooth. Every stage of the chain is susceptible to inefficiencies, particularly when completed with manual processes, causing a domino effect that drives up costs and elongates payment times. With a function so vital to cash flow it’s imperative to identify a better way.
Mail is a highly effective way to engage your customers and do business with them. Your franking machine remains a quick, easy and convenient way of paying for the mail you send to your customers and it’s important that you pay the right price every time.
A large proportion of UK businesses prefer to manage their outgoing mail themselves, rather than outsource this activity to a third party provider. This tends to work well when companies are small but as they grow, the demands on communications increase accordingly.
According to Harvard Business Review, data is the next big thing in content marketing. Furthermore, industry analysts Gartner cite real-time analytics as the biggest area of IT differentiation, and a recent report revealed that 78 per cent of executives believe that data will solve top organisational challenges.
We are thrilled to announce that last week we were awarded the ‘Investor in Sales’ award by the Association of Professional Sales (APS), reaffirming the ethics and standards at the core of our sales activity.
Data Capture Solutions (a Neopost company) will be hosting a breakfast event on Thursday, 29th June at 8.30am at etc Venues, Fenchurch Street, London. This event will be packed with practical advice on GDPR and will bring together a legal expert, technology consultants and risk analysts to give advice on how to take action and get ready for GDPR.
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 organisations 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 organisations 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