Incoming mail is a key part of any business. It is essential that this mail gets to the correct recipient and is processed in a timely manner. However throughout the mail’s journey from sender to recipient there are a number of risks, including the mail being lost, losing traceability or being accessed by unauthorised employees.
Kefron offers a number of solutions to eliminate these risks, no matter what format the mail is sent in. Whether it is physical only, physical to digital or through a mail management system, Kefron’s solutions will give you peace of mind and confidence when it comes to your company's Mail management.
Kefron offers a combination of outsourced mailroom services and unique software solutions to help businesses go paperless, reduce costs, improve processing times and redirect efforts towards core business activities.
Kefron can provide certified roll-out and ongoing support requirements associated with the implementation of a digital mailroom. We also can provide consultative advice in relation to justifying its application and both on and offsite managed services. These range in scope and complexity.
The ‘Kefron Hub’ describes the service whereby your mail, digital or otherwise, can be opened and processed in accordance with best practice and personalised processes applied within your existing business or work practice.
"Through the establishment of a PO Box and the sorting, scanning and electronic dissemination of our post to end-users, we have been able to implement an effective remote working solution. We have been impressed with Kefron’s flexibility of service, having gone out of their way to support our needs."
Incoming mail from suppliers, customers and other third parties will almost certainly contain Personally Identifiable Information (PII) that is subject to GDPR compliance.
Our digital mailroom service enables you to easily capture documents that contain PII such as names, addresses and telephone numbers at the point of entry to your business.
Once captured and digitised, documents and data can be properly managed for GDPR compliance and the rights of the data subject such as the right to be forgotten, right to access and data portability can be readily complied with. In addition, PII can be extracted and converted to text searchable formats if required for GDPR compliant line-of-business processing.