Independently and expertly judged, the Comms National Awards are prized by winners and finalists as industry recognition that their products and
solutions are among the very best the channel has to offer. Beating all competition, including Avaya who were overall sponsors, this award is a further
demonstration that OpenScape Office is recognised as the leading channel product.
Tony Smith, director of the UK indirect channel picked up the award on the night and said "With our channel being so competitive, awards like Comms
National Telephony System of the year can really make a difference. We know how great our proposition is, our partners know it and it is really
encouraging to receive independent recognition- and will now capitalise on this success."
Nigel Sergent, Comms Dealer Editorial Director, said: "We received another record entry this year and having seen the breadth and quality of every entry
and the energy and enthusiasm put into the submissions, I can honestly say they are all winners. The evening was all about recognising best of breed
solutions and the people that make them possible. That is why the Comms National Awards are so significant, so enthusiastically endorsed and so
18 October 2011
OpenScape Office wins Telephony System
of the Year at the Comms National Awards
Adding to its long list of achievements, OpenScape Office was recently awarded the prestigious "Telephony System of the Year" at the Comms National Awards, held in London. Now in their 12th year, the Comms National Awards were the first to recognise excellence in the UK convergence channel, and remain the most coveted industry awards.
Digital Communication Systems Golf Day
'' On the 15th June 2012 we hosted our 8th annual Golf Day at Gosforth Golf Club. In keeping with the weather we have experienced of late we were initially faced with heavy rain, however, the day did brighten up and we enjoyed another very successful day with some fantastic scores carded. A large part of the day as usual was to raise money for a North East Charity, and this year we were delighted to raise funds for The Percy Hedley Foundation a registered charity that provides services for disabled people and their families. Many thanks to all those who attended and we look forward to welcoming you and hopefully some new faces next year''
April 2012 was the launch date for Royal mail to create a massive gap between stamped and franked mail, there is already a 38% difference allowing small businesses to benefit from discounted postage. The convenience of franking machines now make sense because of this cheap postage. FP smart franking machines and postage meters allow you to gain the 38% gap between stamped and franked mail - save 24p on 1st class large letters, 19p on 2nd class - there’s never been a better time to have a smart franking machine to get discounted postage. Fill out your details opposite and we will tell you how much you can save on postage and the price difference between franked and stamped mail.
April 2012 Royal Mail
The Royal Mail has announced that if you are using a SMART franking machine, you will be switched to blue ink in early 2013. If you are not already using a blue ink cartridge in your SMART franking machine, the transition will be very easy and Digital Communication Systems Ltd (DCSL) can assist you in obtaining blue ink cartridges for your SMART machine.
SMART franking machines, use the latest ink jet technology and this together with blue ink provides enhanced print quality and clarity of impression on to envelopes. This means that Royal Mail sorting machines can read your mail more clearly and therefore improve efficiency.
DCSL are working closely with Royal Mail to deliver migration of all customers with SMART franking machines to franking with blue ink instead of the current red ink.
Working together Royal Mail and DCSL offers the following customer benefits;
SMART meters ensure that the correct postage is printed at all times, avoiding any overpayment or underpayment and resulting surcharges.
You can access a wide range of franking products through a SMART franking machine, offering further potential cost savings.
SMART franking machines provide VAT audit trails to meet HMRC/Royal Mail requirements and mean you can reclaim your VAT on Royal Mail VAT products.
Blue ink improves the readability of your postal item and therefore using it avoids any unnecessary delays.
Using blue ink from DCSL, a Royal Mail approved manufacturer ensures the longevity of your equipment and will not jeopardise the terms and conditions of your service agreement.
DCSL will be happy to assist you through the easy transition from red to blue ink and from non- SMART to a SMART meter.
Royal Mail announce Blue ink to be used for all SMART franking machines
December 18th, 2012
Royal Mail have announced their new pricing for 2013 and franking still continues to offer excellent value, saving 21% on the price of a 1st Class letter and 34% on the price of a 2nd Class letter. Franking machine customers should also be aware of changes Royal Mail have made to the way parcels are priced from the 2nd April 2013 offering a service that is clear and simple so you only buy what you need.
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