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Save Time and Cut Mailroom Costs With Fast Track Post

09 September 2010

MaiLog - The proven and cost effective bar code scanning technology to revolutionise the Mailroom ensuring it becomes the core hub of your organisation – and brought to you by the noted Mailroom Consultancy Surveys Ltd (MCS).

Gone are the days of handwritten data being laboriously placed in to a traditional manuscript book.

MaiLog™ is a bar code reader and reporting system that scans and captures the bar codes 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. 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 out - bound 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 combined accuracy and safety.

MaiLog™ produces a printout for signature capture on delivery to the department as well as creating an archival record on the computer should there be any queries on the safe delivery of mail. And most importantly no software is loaded onto your main IT Network System. It is a simple matter of plug and go in minutes. Once tried, there will be no turning back to Dickensian methods.

The options consist of a ML 2200 Scanner – operated with or without a stand and the ML3300 Wireless Bluetooth unit. And as seeing is believing, MaiLog™ is available on 21 day free trial for a limited period only. Visit

For further details please contact Mailroom Consultancy Surveys Ltd (MCS) on (T:) 01438 243443; (E:)

www.mailog.co.uk to download the order form.info@mailog.co.uk or for the complete scene visit www.mailroomconsultancysurveys.com


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