Local Governments across Australia are being driven to utilise new and innovative technologies to help deliver services more cost-effectively and efficiently to the community.
Having years of experience in Local government and extensive industry knowledge, Bing understands the complexity of Council. With constant increases in the cost of mail, a push to drive efficiencies and changing demographics, Bing’s solution can streamline process, increase productivity and minimise resources.
Bing knows change is difficult, that’s why integrating Bing is a simple and swift process.
With little to no I.T involvement, no change to current workflow or documents, and only minutes to install, Bing provides a unique solution to manage all communications (fax, email, SMS or post).
Local Government can also be assured that our practices are aligned with your core values. This includes having a commitment to safety with environmentally friendly and sustainable business practices.
How can we help?
- Bing can send ALL of Council’s mail, regardless of the format or content.
- Using Easypost Lite, the Easypost Mailroom printer or through our online portal, Council can send anywhere from a single letter to hundreds of thousands, e.g. a unique payment arrangement to a single recipient, childcare invoices, rates or development applications.
The following case study is prepared with information received from two Councils. It looks at the current volume of ad-hoc mail being sent and demonstrates consistent savings in time, money and staff if Council were to send their mail through Bing as opposed to sending via current processes.
“Staff at Brimbank have been extremely impressed with the ease of use of Bing. It has saved staff hours of time they would have spent manually printing and enveloping letters which they can allocate to other duties. The application itself takes minimal training to show staff how to use. Brimbank staff have found the customer service team at Bing very friendly and helpful. The implementation of Bing has been a key factor in Brimbank’s digitisation journey and reducing the use of paper.”Adam Bullock
Brimbank City Council