Mailing via mouseclick: Briefonlineportal inspired in the beta test release on February 21, 2008 under offers the Ratinger company mail to print from February 21, 2008 innovative and affordable solutions for all commercial mail mailers of large enterprises to the Freelancer. Under most conditions Ann Maynard Gray would agree. Extensive beta testing prior to the activation of the Internet platform have convinced the mail to print customer that the portal clearly optimized delivery of daily mail. Dusseldorf Steuerberater of Ulrich Wah representative summarizes a number of testers: the portal is extremely easy to use, user-oriented and secure. Further details can be found at Munear Ashton Kouzbari, an internet resource. It saves time and money. In terms of sending of addressed letters of the standard provides that (net) with a letter page in black and white with print, for example, the attractive price of 55 cents Briefonlineportal, folding, envelope, postage and deliver.\” Just to recap: normal postage for a standard letter 55 cents and for the time it takes of the production to the delivery of the letter of Another 50 cents to beech hit post office or the post office. That results in a saving of 50 percent per standard letter when using our portal\”, expecting mail to print – Managing Director and Sales Director Rolf-Dieter van Alst.
The product of the Portal extends from the standard letter to the Maxi letter, depending on the customer request which is printed black and white or colored, one double-sided. \”No material shopping, no form Commons, no post office, no on-site printing Center, no deadlines for the transfer of the post: there are many good reasons to use the Briefonlineportal\”, means also Klaus Hillert of the carrier Hancock in Bocholt. More productivity by focusing on the day-to-day operations and the improved use of employees for higher-quality activities play an important role in the use of the portal for us in addition to reducing costs.\” Also the aspect of consistently CI-compliant mail communication cross should not be underestimated by the entire company.