Maintaining a consistent corporate identity
OMS’ integrated document design feature enables businesses to centralise the creation of customer communications, standardising document layout which ensures a consistent professional corporate image.
Reasons to choose output management software- Reason 10
OMS’ integrated document design feature enables businesses to centralise the creation of customer communications, standardising document layout which ensures a consistent professional corporate image. This is achieved through templates that can be created for invoices, sales orders, statements, forms and all other vital business documents; and everything from typefaces, fonts and graphics to output choices, such as single- or double-sided printing can be chosen. If businesses require consistency across a wider range of channels, GMC’s Inspire multi-channel solution provides a single design platform for print, email, mobile and web.
So there you have it, there’s the ten reasons why OMS is the answer to your customer communication issues. Our range of solutions means we can provide for all companies, no matter their needs. Our OMS-200 adds intelligence to folder-inserters; OMS-500 enables document personalisation and multi-channel distribution; Print Machine automates document design and mail processing; and GMC Inspire delivers omni-channel document design, proofing and distribution of personalised communications. Starting from different points and with different priorities, all four solutions can help businesses save money and improve communications effectiveness, while satisfying growing demand for relevant, tailored, timely communications.
How to strengthen customer relations
Satisfied customers results in lasting relationships, so organisations are always searching for ways to keep customers engaged. This can be achieved through exclusive deals and great customer service, but one aspect of the relationship that is sometimes deprioritised is communications.
EU GDPR: why physical mail still has a vital role to play
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force 25th May 2018. Developed to provide consumers with more power over how their data is collected and used, it will have a huge impact on the processes used by businesses to handle information.