Print barcoded labels with Despatch Express Despatch Express is Royal Mails streamlined label production service, ideal for Royal Mail customers spending more than £10k a year on tracked products. You can save time on your paperwork by printing barcodes directly onto plain labels, making your mail preparation even simpler.
Key Benefits of Despatch Express
Saves time and streamlines your mailing process
Automatically generates sequentially numbered labels for you
Provides a searchable record of despatched items
The software and integrated Postcode Address File (PAF) are automatically updated
Eliminates the need for you to complete paperwork.
Key Features of Despatch Express
Despatch Express produces barcoded address labels with PPI, Service Indicator and Return Address
The integrated Postcode Address File (PAF) ensures accurate addressing
Generic system-branded labels for all postage services removing the need to change label rolls each time a different product is selected
Includes an automated link to Royal Mail's electronic billing system, removing the
need to manually fill in docket books and so providing an accurate and faster billing process.
To run the Despatch Express CD-ROM, your computer should have the following minimum technical specification:
Windows 2000 (with .net 1.0 framework installed) with166 Mhz processor (minimum) and 64Mb RAM, or Windows XP (with .net 1.0 framework installed) with 300 Mhz processor (minimum) and 128Mb RAM. A CD/DVD drive An internet connection 5GB Hard Disk space available for installation (with 3.5GB Hard Disk space available for ongoing running) Keyboard Access to a report printer (any standard Laserjet) Access to a 4 inch thermal label printer which is listed on the Seagull Drivers website. See below for details of a suitable printers incliding the Zebra GK420d and Toshiba B-EV4T
Thermal Label Printer To help you start posting quickly ERS can provide you with a Zebra GK420d or similar 4.25 inch thermal label printer, ideal for stand alone applications (not networked) printing up to 5 inches per second. Connection is via a USB or serial RS232 connection.