Business leaders have seen lead-generating and relationship-building opportunities like networking events and coffee meetups evaporate amidst the coronavirus pandemic. But businesses can navigate the “new reality” of normal business operations while mitigating the spread of the coronavirus with help from automated handwritten letter technology.
Handwritten letters, being inherently personal, can be a substitute for that personal touch that is severely lacking during these socially distanced times. Simply Noted makes it easy to create meaningful, scalable, powerful and real penwritten communication.
An online platform makes it easy to design and automate handwritten notes for all occasions, such as following up with leads, welcoming new employees, sending holiday cards and thank you notes, and much more. There are a variety of pre-loaded handwriting styles — or, for a small fee, customers can add their own handwriting as one of the fonts.
Once the note design and text are set, Simply Noted’s proprietary technology crafts the note or letter, addresses the envelope and sends the letter in the mail. Simply Noted also has several program integrations available to automate the process and save even more time.
Rick Elmore is founder of Simply Noted.
Photos are Simply Noted.
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