ABBYY Mailroom Automation

Excel in Customer Communications

Let ABBYY take care of your incoming mail
and focus on what matters: the client.

Your customers expect an immediate response to their inquiries – whether they contact you via traditional mail, email or fax. With ABBYY’s classification for mailrooms, you meet their expectations. 

Raise Customer Satisfaction

Shorten your response cycle with automated mail classification and routing. Keep customers happy by answering inquiries in a fraction of expected response times.

Accelerate Transactions

Accelerate time to revenue. Make information available to enterprise business systems faster in order to initiate, support or complete transactions.

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Increase Visibility and Control

Gain real-time understanding of the information entering your enterprise while exercising the right levels of security, priority, management and control.

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Reduce Operational Costs

Reduce the costs of sorting, organizing, and manually tagging documents and refocus your workforce on revenue-generating opportunities.

Accelerate Transactions, Processes and Time to Revenue

Shorten your response cycle with automated mail classification and routing. Keep customers happy by answering inquiries in a fraction of expected response times.​

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How ABBYY’s Mailroom Automation Works

ABBYY’s server-based system automatically processes correspondence that comes via fax, traditional mail, e-mail, and other channels.

Incoming communications are classified by their appearance (Visual classification) and content (Content classification), categorized, and directed to the appropriate agents in your business.

Questions?

Send a question or call us at  +1.866.463.7689

What Our Customers Say

“Eliminating manual post distribution was essential as we were spending a lot of time distributing and filing documents. The solution has enabled us to reduce our administration over-heads, accelerate the process of document delivery resulting in improved client relationships. We now have a solution that can scale as our company continues to grow.”

Paul Walshe,
Partner at Moore Blatch explained