Thursday, 7 July 2011
As postal prices rise, Docmail offers lower prices for budget-conscious businesses
CFH Docmail provides customers with an all in one print, personalisation and Royal Mail delivery service at less than the cost of a second class stamp.
As the effect of the Royal Mail postal price increases begins to hit already hard strapped office budgets, the managing director of one of the UK’s leading hybrid mail providers, CFH Docmail is urging businesses to embrace change and turn to print and post for both cost savings and efficiency gains.
CFH Docmail continues to offer its customers substantial cost savings through the use of hybrid mail. An online print and mail system that generates real letters in the post, CFH Docmail provides customers with an all in one print, personalisation and Royal Mail delivery service at less than the cost of a second class stamp.
Customers simply upload their documents and list of names and addresses that they wish to mail via their secure account, and Docmail does the rest.
While the price of first and second class Royal Mail stamps for standard items has risen to 46 pence and 36 pence respectively, Docmail charges from just 28 pence (plus VAT) for stationery, print, postage and delivery.
Managing director of CFH Docmail, Dave Broadway says, “Hybrid mail is a win-win situation for businesses that are looking to save money on their postage, and free up staff time for core duties. By using Docmail, staff can compile their correspondence via our secure portal, and with the click of a mouse action printing and delivery at less than the cost of a second class stamp.”
Docmail prices start at 28 pence plus VAT for a mono A4 document and 38 pence plus VAT for colour. Docmail, which has been operating its hybrid mail service since 2008, also has a postcard application, ideal for marketing mailings, and items such as appointment reminders. For print and delivery of an A6 colour postcard, the price is just 31 pence plus VAT.
There are no minimum volumes, the unit price remains the same if one letter is sent or ten thousand. Furthermore, there is no contract to sign, no software to download and no license fee to pay.
“For businesses who recognise the advantage of keeping in contact with their customers by mail, but who find that Royal Mail’s prices are creating a real squeeze on their budgets, then Docmail is for them,” says Dave.
Docmail offers all new customers a £1 credit on their account so they can try the print and mail for free.
Posted by MAtt M at 06:48