Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Victoria Coates, business development manager of CFH Docmail, with Peasedown Cricket Club Sunday Football Team in their new shirts
Back row: Jordan Rogers, Stuart Seviour, Dan Tamblyn, Liam Watson, Dan Flower
2nd back row: Joe Button (manager), Mark Gould (assistant manager), Kris Seviour
2nd Front Row: Nathan Townsley, Matt Seviour, Ben Flower
Front Row: Adam Gumbleton, Nick Hemmings, Victoria Coates, Lee Gould, Stuart Noel
Radstock company CFH Total Document Management is taking to the football pitch with a new sponsorship deal to promote their print and post service Docmail.
The company, based at St Peter’s Park, is providing new kit to the Sunday Football Team of Peasedown Cricket Club. Team members will now be emblazoned with the name Docmail across their chests.
Uncle and nephew Matt and Kris Seviour are members of the Sunday team – who are favourites to take a title this season - and are also long standing members of staff at CFH. Matt is Production Manager while Kris works in the Logistics/Despatch department.
Peasedown Cricket Club’s Sunday Football team only lost three games last season, and were runners up in the Badgers Hill Frome and District Sunday League, premier division. They were also runners up in the Tony Whorlow Cup.
With a very strong local team, the club is favourite to take the league title this season and is currently top of the table.
The club was formed in 1978 as Peasedown United and changed to Peasedown Cricket Club in 1997.
Dave Broadway, managing director of CFH, says, “We are delighted to be providing Peasedown Cricket Club Sunday Football Team with their new kit. As one of our local teams, the club is well supported by many members of our staff – both on and off the pitch, so this is a good fit for us both.”
For further information, contact:
Victoria Coates, CFH Total Document Management
Tel: 01761 416311
Posted by MAtt M at 06:28
Monday, 28 November 2011
Doctor’s surgeries are saving hundreds of thousands of pounds by embracing online technology to keep in contact with their patients by post.
Docmail, a revolutionary all-in-one service which securely merges online correspondence with traditional postal delivery, is being rapidly taken up by both private and public sector organisations throughout the UK.
Welcomed for its ease of use, as well as its considerable cost savings, CFH the provider of Docmail estimates that in just two months, doctor’s surgeries who have signed up to use the print and post service have saved £177,000 in postage alone.
Since the beginning of September, CFH Docmail has mailed over 1 million envelopes on behalf of doctor’s surgeries and medical practices throughout the UK, with around 4,000 orders placed for the service for annual flu jab clinic reminders.
CFH Docmail operates via a secure on-line portal, allowing practices to upload their personalised correspondence which is then printed and posted by Docmail, at a fraction of the time normally taken for the traditional method of printing and stuffing envelopes.
The use of Docmail – which includes printing and postage - costs just 28 pence plus VAT for a black and white printed letter. This compares to the current cost of a 2nd class stamp at 36 pence.
Dave Broadway, managing director of CFH Total Document Management, which runs the Docmail service, says,
“The use of Docmail is having a huge, positive impact for many surgeries and practices. Not only is it saving money – we estimate that surgeries and medical practices have saved £300,000 in time and postage costs this year alone - but we estimate we have saved practice staff more than 1,000 days that would otherwise have been spent stuffing envelopes.
“Enabling staff to have more time to deal directly with patient enquiries can only be a good thing.
“Doctor’s surgeries depend on reliable postal services to keep in contact with their patients. Staff at surgeries who use Docmail have told us that the service, which is so easy to use, has had a huge impact on staff morale because of the time it saves.”
Earlier this year, CFH Docmail developed a new application with EMIS, the UK’s leading supplier of clinical software and related services to GPs, which incorporates Docmail into the EMIS LV software system, bringing the benefits of print and post to many more practices.
Dave Broadway explains, “Practices can use Docmail regardless of their system, but the integration into EMIS makes the whole process incredibly easy, and provides the added benefit of detailing every letter sent against the patient’s record.”
CFH is a £28 million print and mail business. A licensed postal operator, CFH provides customers with a 'supply chain under one roof', going from plain paper to the final mile of delivery.
Posted by MAtt M at 09:26