Letters are uploaded by the user to the PDM-Post portal. This can be done using a variety offormats including Microsoft Word or PDF. They can be uploaded individually or en-mass.
All post codes are validated prior to postage which eliminates the cost of incorrectly addressed items.
Verification of posting using the PDM-Post portal.
Notification is made to you for any letters returned e.g. people have moved away.
A copy of each letter sent will be stored in the PDM-Post portal.
PDM-Post Incoming Mail
Mail is collected from a dedicated PO box and delivered to our secure production centre.
Your hard copy mail is opened and digitally captured.
Your mail is sent directly to your PDM-Post portal inbox.
From our secure PDM-Post portal your mail can be downloaded and then incorporated into a system of your choice.
As an option mail items can be named and sorted as you require, this could be using the date received, the details of the sender, and the individual recipient. This metadata is also available in a variety of formats which could enable the direct import to your existing systems.
What are the benefits of PDM-Post to your organisation?
Reduced printing costs.
Paper consumption reduced.
No further need for costly franking machines, toner etc.
Staff can spend time doing productive tasks instead of processing in/outbound mail.
Lower cost per envelope and postal charges.
No minimum volumes
You are can chose to use either or both services.
By sending and receiving mail directly to and from your desktop you can make substantial savings on mail costs.
Contact the Document Experts on 01274 883459 for a quote
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