Opus Trust Marketing invests in Pitney Bowes’ technology
Outsourced communications specialist Opus Trust Marketing has invested in Pitney Bowes’ Pulse inserting system and two Pitney Bowes’ Epic multi format inserters. The Leicester-based company is also joining Pitney Bowes’ Early Adopters programme. This will mean it will get to experience new Pitney Bowes solutions prior to their formal launch, with the view of delivering omnichannel services to its clients.
Opus Trust manages high volumes of critical, transactional documents, sending nearly 1,000 communications every minute on behalf of its clients.
Pitney Bowes’ Pulse inserting system eliminates the need for manual hand enclosing, instead automating enclosing to improve efficiencies, reduce costs and improve integrity.
According to Pitney Bowes: “Many of Opus Trust’s clients must adhere to strict regulatory deadlines for on-time billing or face significant penalties. Pulse’s integrity tracking and ‘proof of mail’ features provide Opus Trust and its clients with documented processes, peace-of-mind and a strong foundation for regulatory compliance.”
Multi-format inserter Epic will automate manual processes, improve flexibility and increase available capacity to support the continued growth and increase in volumes. Opus Trust can switch between jobs and clients quickly, effectively and securely. Additionally, Epic will accelerate processing speed and boost productivity, crucial during peak times when the volumes of utility bills and year-end financial documents managed by Opus Trust increase by 50%.