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Archive for January 20th, 2015

Three Things Your Utility Company Can Get When You Outsource Billing Services

Electronic billing system

Running a utility service of any kind means dealing with a constant flow of cash, whether it’s through a local electricity company or for cable TV services. As a result, billing needs to be completed in a timely fashion. However, you will encounter difficulties — and so will your customers — if this process isn’t streamlined.

There are plenty of advantages that your business can see if you outsource your utility billing services, such as those including statement printing, statement processing, or electronic invoicing. Here are three things that outsourcing utility billing services can do for your business, no matter what size or industry it may be.

    1. Fast

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The Pros and Cons of Heat Shrink Labels

Sleeve labels

Heat shrink labels are an advantageous labeling solution for marketing and manufacturing. New technology allows for more variety and customization in packaging, as well as increasing cost efficiency.

Heat shrink sleeve labels are adaptable, and can be applied to a variety of container shapes. Because the shrink sleeve label can accommodate containers with curves, sharp angles, and strange grooves, the product manufacturer is able to design the packaging however they want without worrying about adhering the label to the package. The marketing team has increased freedom as well, as they are able to decorate a full 360 degrees on the label. By reducing the need for secondary packaging, shrink sleeves can be used to create combo packs of products with unique labeling.

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