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Mailroom Consultancy Services are dragging the mailroom into the 21st Century, waving goodbye to handwritten data.


MaiLog™ is a barcode reader and reporting system that scans and captures the barcodes of Royal Mail Recorded and Special Delivery letters and packets. It then notes the name of the end recipient and/or department. It will also read the barcodes of virtually all UK/international courier companies. MaiLog™ will drastically improve time savings and efficiency and will eliminate doubtful data recognition due to unsatisfactory handwriting.


Despite being encouraged to have beautiful handwriting as children, in today’s digital world, there are so many solutions available that make our lives much easier. In short, writer’s cramp is so last century.


Gone are the days of handwritten data being laboriously placed in to a traditional manuscript book. Let us introduce to you MaiLog™.


Bought to you by the noted Mailroom Consultancy Services (MCS), this proven and cost effective, barcode scanning technology has revolutionised the mailroom, ensuring it becomes the core hub of your organisation.


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The end result is a far more efficient and professional operation, enabling mail to be on the recipient’s desk much earlier in the day. The system will also perform a near identical process for your RM outbound Recorded Delivery letters. MCS can also personalise Mailog™ for your precise internal tracking requirements of critical mail/valuables requiring proof of delivery signature. The overall result is an enhanced professional corporate image combining accuracy and safety.


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