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Good reasons to start using a Neopost envelope printer

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 11/28/12 --

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When sending mailings to clients and prospects, businesses want to achieve the highest response rate at the lowest possible cost.

Envelope address printers quickly apply names and addresses and can also overprint envelopes with colourful images and marketing messages to boost open rates.

Here are some powerful reasons why a business should start using an envelope printer.

Promote your business and generate extra revenue

Improve deliverability and open rates

Boost response rates with personalised customer mailings and bring your marketing in-house. A professional and accurately addressed envelope is far more likely to reach the addressee and to be opened. Add marketing messages

An envelope printer can turn a blank envelope into a powerful business tool for prospects and existing customers alike and can generate extra revenue by printing sales and marketing messages onto the envelope.

The message can be changed as often as required, quickly, economically and efficiently.

The power of colour

Colour images and messages definitely drive more effective communications. Research proves that:


--  Information in colour is found up to 80% faster than black and white 
--  Adding colour to a direct mail piece may increase response rate by up to
    45% 
--  Colour can increase learning & retention up to 78% 
--  Colour is 80% more likely to be read than black & white

Improve staff productivity

No need to apply labels

Whether for marketing activities or the monthly invoice run, you want your mail to get to your customers in the shortest possible time, with no mistakes. Envelope printer's overprint addresses on up to 39,000 envelopes an hour, avoiding the need to apply labels. You can even print on thicker documents such as magazines or newsletters.

Envelopes printers integrate easily with other mailing solutions for an efficient mailing process.

Easy to install and set up

Load the "Plug'n'Play" software onto your computer and within a few minutes you're up and running.

Save money

Access Royal Mail postage discounts of up to 23.5%

An envelope and address printer will ensure every envelope is machine readable and the address is positioned according to Royal Mail specifications. Properly formatted addresses help bulk mailings qualify for Royal Mail volume postal discounts, which reduce the cost of franked mail by up to 23.5%.

Reduce inventory and material costs

Stocking overprinted envelopes and labels is expensive is wasteful. An envelope printer will reduce your inventory and waste by printing on-demand.

Take Control

Manage mailings in house

You don't have to fit in with agency timings. With an envelope printer it can be managed in-house, so you can send what you want, when you want.

Added security

No need to hand your database over to a third party. All mailings can be handled internally with an address printer allowing you to manage your customer and prospect database internally.

To find out more visit http://www.neopost.co.uk/pr73

About Neopost

Neopost is the European leader and number two world-wide supplier of mailing solutions. It has a direct presence in 18 countries, with 5,600 employees and annual sales of EUR1003 million in 2011. Its products and services are sold in more than 90 countries, and the Group has become a key player in the markets for mailroom equipment and logistics solutions. Neopost supplies the most technologically advanced solutions for franking, folding and inserting and addressing as well as logistics management and traceability. Neopost also offers a full range of services, including consultancy, maintenance and financing solutions.

Neopost is listed in the A compartment of Euronext Paris and belongs notably to the SBF 120 Index.

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