Monday, 1 December 2014

Lexacom And Docmail Announce Strategic Partnership To Offer One-Stop 'Dictate To Delivery' Solution

Innovative UK businesses, Lexacom Digital Dictation and CFH Docmail have signed a strategic partnership deal designed to offer clients a highly efficient, one-stop solution to document creation and delivery.

The two companies have developed an advanced system that will see new and existing clients benefit from a fully integrated dictate to delivery service, so they can not only record and transcribe documents with ease, but print and post at the touch of a button as well. The new service, which is currently in its final testing phase ahead of a planned rollout in January 2015, will significantly improve document turnaround times and reduce the strain on in-house admin teams.

Dr Andrew Whiteley, Managing Director of Lexacom, said: “Clients have already seen significant cost savings and efficiency improvements since using Lexacom and we’re confident this partnership with Docmail will enhance those benefits. Working with Docmail is a natural move for us in helping our customers take another major step forward in business efficiency.”

Leading digital dictation provider, Lexacom, specialises in developing integrated solutions to enable clients to dictate and transcribe documents easily and securely, anytime, anywhere. Authors simply record their reports, correspondence or referral letters using a handheld mic or Lexacom Mobile App, which can then be transcribed by an in-house admin team, outsourced transcription service or voice recognition software, managed through the Lexacom system.

CFH Docmail provides customers with a reliable, secure, all in one print, personalisation and Royal Mail delivery service at less than the cost of a second-class stamp.

New and existing customers of both organisations will see the two systems connect seamlessly, giving companies the option of choosing whether to dispatch dictated letters using Docmail at no additional cost*.

Victoria Coates, Business Development Manager, CFH Docmail said: “We are really excited about the added benefits this partnership will bring to our clients, particularly those in the healthcare, legal and professional services sectors who tend to rely heavily on digital dictation. Our business is all about improving efficiency and productivity for our clients and we’re delighted to be working with Lexacom to provide added integrated benefits.”

The two organisations will work together to promote the combined service to existing customers as well as developing joint marketing initiatives to attract new business.




*Standard Lexacom and Docmail charges apply

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