hpc dual allows you to automatically send documents securely, either electronically or physically, depending on the profile of the recipient. Using a central directory, a check is made as to whether the recipient is digitally available. If not, your message is automatically generated and sent as a letter.
Secure, fast and guaranteed to be free of postage: Electronic delivery.
Electronic communication has long since overtaken traditional "snail mail" in both personal and business use. However, digital delivery of confidential and official communications between firms and their customers, and between authorities and individuals is a more recent phenomenon. This is no small wonder, given that correct identification of the recipient - a precondition for the delivery of "virtual registered letter" - has only been possible on the net with an electronic signature.
With the help of a "Citizen's ID card" (with electronic signature), the identity of the recipient can be unequivocally ascertained, and the documents sent can be accessed 24/7 via a delivery server
Companies can thus save millions every year in postage costs, and distribute important documents, contracts, invoices and reminders to thousands of customers in seconds. hpc dual technology guarantees that every communication is securely delivered to the intended person.
If the recipient is not contactable via electronic means: automatic physical delivery.
With hpc dual, you are not dependent on whether your intended recipient is available electronically. If the recipient does not have an electronic mailbox with a registered electronic delivery service, then delivery is simply made by the postal service. Your document is automatically transmitted to the delivery system, which prints the documents as a letter, inserts them in an envelope, and delivers them, either through a local service or with an external service provider.
By outsourcing the entire printing and sending process, companies and agencies can save real money on each mailing, even for purely physical delivery.