Direct mail may seem like an expensive option requiring a lot of work. But if you take a closer look, it could be well worth it! Consumers say they prefer direct mail to other types of advertising. This enthusiasm for paper-based communications is even greater when direct mail is personalized, and in some cases, the response rate doubles!
Delivery slips are your best ally in proving that your customers have received their products. When all the information on the delivery slip is correct, you can prepare an invoice and trigger the billing and payment process. But delivery slips are sometimes unpredictable: they get lost or damaged, or may contain errors. If so, the entire process—from billing to payment—gets delayed. It’s time to leave all those problems behind and go with a solution that gives you effective digital proof of delivery.
Benoît Potvin has worked in the computer software field for 10 years. Every day he is faced with companies that make the leap into digital transformation, whether to automate procedures or scan their documents. Also a software trainer in the past, he is therefore in a good position to talk about the challenges companies face when they initiate a change to digital processes.
The business of printing service provider is evolving rapidly. Customers’ needs are changing and digitizing, and printing service providers must adapt. Their customers are calling for more multichannel communications within a fairly short deadline. If deadlines tighten, there is no question that quality will be sacrificed.