ROMFORD, ESSEX--(Marketwire - Nov. 20, 2012) -
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Neopost Ltd has supplied Mill Auto Supplies Ltd, a supplier of automotive parts and accessories in South West England, with its electronic IMW-20 document management system. Neopost's IMW-20 provides the facility to scan, digitise, and electronically store many types of documents with just a few clicks. An A4 full duplex scanner can scan up to 2000 pages per day, simultaneously saving these pages to its 1000 GB hard drive. A comprehensive range of search options combined with automatic OCR (optical character recognition) and an ergonomic touch screen interface make retrieving stored documents simplicity itself.
Since introducing the IMW-20 Mill Auto Supplies has reduced the space taken up by documents whilst increasing availability of documents. Tony Watson, Company Accountant for Mill Auto Supplies, commented "Storage space is at a premium in the car parts business and having a large area taken up by documents isn't a profitable way of using the space we have."
"The IMW-20 has eliminated the need to go searching for a document; instead all you need to do is tap a few keys to retrieve a document without even leaving the desk. Increased document availability coupled with reduced handling and storage has saved a lot of time."
Neopost is the European leader and number two world-wide supplier of mailing solutions. It has a direct presence in 18 countries, with 5,600 employees and annual sales of EUR1003 million in 2011. Its products and services are sold in more than 90 countries, and the Group has become a key player in the markets for mailroom equipment and logistics solutions. Neopost supplies the most technologically advanced solutions for franking, folding and inserting and addressing as well as logistics management and traceability. Neopost also offers a full range of services, including consultancy, maintenance and financing solutions.
Neopost is listed in the A compartment of Euronext Paris and belongs notably to the SBF 120 Index.
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