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In order to keep providing its excellent services, The Royal Mail has announced that there will be a number of price changes across franking machine and domestic parcel tariffs. Due to come into effect 27th March, further details will be released shortly. However, good news, franking machine customers will still experience big savings over stamp users.
To produce your multi-channel communications strategy you must first understand the role and importance of the available channels. Once you have this, you can effectively construct and implement your programme. To help you do this, in this concluding blog in the series, we look at how to plan multi-channel communications and the tools you need.
For many organisations, compliance is simply viewed as a necessary bolt-on. A cumbersome process that is tackled at the end of the project and a common cause of frayed tempers. However, it is possible to turn compliance into a source of competitive advantage; but to do this, it needs to be included in business processes from the beginning.
A multi-channel communications strategy relies on the effective use of data. Customer information and the insight gained from it through good data management feeds your communications channels to inform each and every customer interaction. Our earlier blogs in this series have explored why multi-channel communication is important and the critical role of data.
Digital communications has changed the way we keep in touch in our business and personal lives but when it comes to Christmas greetings, traditional mail is still the best. According to Royal Mail research, 72 percent of people who celebrate Christmas prefer receiving a traditional card to getting a festive message via text or social media.
Following on from being named in the top ten French software providers in Syntec Numérique’s ‘Top 250 Panorama’ report, our great work continues to be recognised as we’ve now also been awarded first place in the 2016 Gaïa-Index. The report ranks French mid-cap organisations for their level of sustainable development, so it’s great to have come out on top.
All businesses need to be able to count on the swift and reliable delivery of their communications. Product brochures, invoices, quotes and all the many other critical business mailings – they must all reach their destination when the business needs them to. Customer satisfaction and business reputation – not to mention revenue – depends on it.
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.
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