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16 June 2009

Given the status of the mailroom as the vital hub of any organisation, it is crucial to ensure that your facility is as well planned and efficient as possible – and this is where the free consultancy service offered by market leaders Envosort should be top of your agenda.

With in-depth experience across all sectors spread across 50 years, the Envosort service is not just about measuring the space and deciding what will fit – but rather a total “holistic” appraisal which embraces absolutely every aspect including discussing the needs of all staff involved: draft proposals for the integrated solution in accordance with industry best practice; CAD presentation in both plan format and 3D; a totally professional fit-out, installed out of normal hours if you wish; unique bespoke options if appropriate and overall value for money with the right products. Needless to say, all Health & Safety considerations are taken in to account as a matter of course.

The end result is guaranteed reduced pedestrian traffic and proper postal flow, with faster mail delivery and collection for all departments plus enhanced staff morale. The Envosort consultancy scheme is truly free of charge – whereas any products purchased should be seen as an investment – not a cost – for meeting performance targets and enhancing cash movement. And given the increasing trend, for example, for printing and stationery areas to be included under the mailroom umbrella, then they can be seamlessly included as appropriate.

By way of setting the scene as to the truly comprehensive choice of Envosort products, the new free brochure of nearly 70 pages will guide through not only specific mailroom systems – but also aspects such as security, seating, office storage and recycling.

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