The Education Sector

The education sector spends over £80 million per annum on postal communications, a significant cost point for the sector. Safeguarding future talent and the educational needs of our young people, remains a key social driver throughout the education sector, from primary to further and higher educational institutions.

Consistent and cost effective communications allow educational establishments to maintain engagement with students, staff, parents, alumni and other key stakeholders. Each stakeholder segment requires different forms of communication and managing these effectively can be a significant task.

Key challenges:

  • Delivering frontline services for less
  • Cost reduction
  • Communicating with parents

White Papers

Savings in Postal communications White Paper-Download Now

A vital component in delivering effective communications is to construct a robust communications delivery strategy. In this white paper from Neopost we have shared insight into how to realise efficiency savings. The white paper introduces various areas of consideration and how short, medium and long term strategies can be deployed.

Postal and Communication Strategies within Higher Education- Download Now 

Neopost, in conjunction with Government Policy Hub, commissioned research into communications processes and activities are deployed within Schools. The research covers current and future activities and insight into key areas impact upon the delivery of effective communications.

Channel Shift for Higher Education- Download Now 

Channel Shift, or the migration to digital services, is a key priority for authorities. In light of governmental pressures, around digital by default, authorities should look to introduce further digital services in order to reduce costs and increase citizen engagement. Communications and document delivery and management can be a significant contributor to Channel Shift. In this new White Paper from Neopost, we discuss how the public sector can deploy Channel Shift initiatives and also the benefits that can be derived.