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Mailroom & Document Management


Whatever the business, working smarter and saving money remains a top priority and many companies are looking to their office services and mailrooms for improved efficiency and reduced costs.


You’ve got actual mail


recipient, while hardware vendors tend to sell a fully automated mailing machine which can fold, insert and process large mail runs. However, for OCS, the digital mailroom combines both of these elements with smart technology, robust processes and the most important element of any business function – highly skilled and trained people.


Despite the reliance on e-mail, the mailroom is still a critical office function, albeit one that is rarely run in a structured and efficient manner. Yet the efficiency, quality and responsiveness of a business can be improved through tailored digital mailroom solutions.


The concept of the ‘Digital Mailroom’ has existed for some time although in various forms. For software vendors this is an opportunity to provide a solution for scanning incoming mail and electronically routing it to the


In a typical organisation the mailroom is the ‘gateway’ for incoming information which, after being processed, generally finds its way back out through the same route. In pursuit of their ongoing objective to redefine outsourced document management services, OCS has designed a solution to provide an end-to-end process for managing inbound and outbound information and its ‘container’ – the document itself.


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