Suiting Small Businesses: A Case Study for Low-Volume Applications
Dayton, Ohio-based Wilmer takes great pride in servicing its small- to medium-size end-users. Because of this, it is thrilled to introduce affordable pressure-seal equipment that many businesses can feel guilt-free about purchasing. The Wilmer case study below serves as one successful example of a PSMailers application:
A national food processing company with multiple locations was looking for a method to streamline its decentralized payroll processing. Each location employs between 125 and 300 people who are paid weekly. Annual time and cost associated with the payroll method was high—between 80 and 180 man-hours depending on the location, with an estimated annual expense ranging from $1,900 to $4,500 spent each year.
So, a pressure-seal system appeared to be a natural fit, and due to the weekly payroll and physical location of some of its facilities, a centralized method was not an option.
The PSMailers ISM was introduced to the customer as a solution, since even the smallest of operations was able to achieve a return on investment in two years or less. It turns out that across the entire network of food processing plants, the company saved 125 man-hours and $1,800 each year by switching to a PSMailers system.