27 April 2015

United Bank UK chooses Checkprint for securely printed documents

11 October 2012  |  33427 views  |  0 Source: Tall Group

United Bank UK has selected Checkprint Ltd, a member of the Tall Group of Companies, for the provision of securely printed documents.

Under the agreement, the security print and secure payments specialists will supply cheque and credit books for corporate and personal customers at United Bank's six branches in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Bradford, Ilford and Birmingham.

The solution will take advantage of the TALL Group's secure online ordering process (SOOP), which provides United Bank with a simple and effective way to replenish and manage cheque and credit book requirements. All online orders are placed via a secure SSL-encrypted web form and enable multiple orders to be uploaded to streamline administrative processes and achieve time saving.

United Bank will process on average twice-weekly orders via SOOP, with the TALL Group printing and mailing the cheque and credit books within a four-day period to meet the bank's service level agreements to its customers. The solution will also include a stock management system to ensure base stock is replenished when running low to avoid any disruption to the service.

Azeem Ul Hasan, Head Operations Manager at United Bank commented: "We needed a preferred supplier of secure documents that would meet our precise requirements and integrate their processes with our own internal procedures. We have worked closely with the TALL Group to develop and implement an effective solution that provides transparency, simplicity and flexibility, delivering high levels of service to our customers."

Martin Ruda, Managing Director of the TALL Group of Companies said: "Our innovative printing solutions are designed to meet the precise needs of financial services organisations such as United Bank. We work closely with an increasing number of new, expanding and established organisations to provide a high quality service that saves time and money, whilst improving efficiency." 

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