iStock 000016349860XSmallDocument Genetics' partners Kodak and ABBYY win categories in DM Awards

5th October 2011

Document Genetics' partner Kodak was today announced as winner of the Workgroup/Departmental Imaging Product of the year with their i2000 series scanner.  Another winner was partner ABBYY who have won the category for Mobile Technology Project of the Year.  Kodak were announced as runner's-up for the category Editor's Choice for the software Capture Pro 3.  Well done to Kodak and ABBYY for these excellent achievements!

Document-Genetics-GlobePaperless Office Software

17th October 2011

You are a successful small office owner. You have hundreds of loyal customers whose paper records you need to create, store and track. Every day, you end up spending a few hours of your precious time just managing paper. You cannot catch up anymore. So you hire an assistant and of course pay her salary.

All goes well up to a point, after which all those bulky files become too unwieldy even for her to manage, and she vents out her frustration. So is there a way out? A solution that not only takes care of your customer data, but also saves time for you, so you can use it in more productive activities? Yes! And the answer is in having:

A paperless office.

Royal Mail to raise first-class stamp price

19th October 2011

Royal Mail could be allowed to set the price of first class stamps for the first time, prompting fears that the cost of sending a letter will rise sharply.

Ofcom, the new postal regulator, is proposing to let Royal Mail set its own prices for first-class post. The price of second-class stamps will still be regulated, to ensure that those on low incomes can afford to use the post, but there are fears that the changes will create an exaggerated two-tier service.

iStock 000016349860XSmallPrice of second class stamp could rise by 50 per cent

24th October 2011

Royal Mail will be given the power to charge an unlimited price for first class stamps while the cost of sending a letter second-class could rise by more than 50%, under plans announced yesterday.

iStock 000016349860XSmallRoyal Mail insists first class letters are given priority

31st October 2011

Royal Mail has insisted it is continuing to give first class letters priority over second class at all times after it was reported that it had stopped doing so on Saturdays.

Document-Genetics-GlobeRoyal Mail postal services suspended due to uneven roads

7th November 2011

Postmen in one part of Essex have been ordered to stop making deliveries to houses on unmade roads due to health and safety concerns.