communication technologies is
the financial industry, where the
introduction of web-based statement and invoice production, electronic bill presentment and digital payment tools have literally transformed centuries of tradition in just a few short years.
Our solutions are particularly well-suited for financial applications because they are designed from the start to incorporate the highest standards of security, content validation, privacy and reliability, and they seamlessly integrate print and digital delivery tools.
Driven by electronic bills and payments, the volume of First Class items delivered by the U.S. Postal Service declined from 104 billion pieces in 2001 to 66 billion pieces in 2013 (above).
Despite this shift, the volume of currency in circulation has continued to rise, reaching 34.5 billion notes in 2013, with new notes costing an average of 10 cents apiece to print (right).
Inadequate cash flow management
is the most common source of
business failure (above).
Uhlig has also pioneered many
market-specific payment tools and
outsourcing structures. Those
innovations permit our customers to
enjoy the fullest
their cash flow. enjoy the fullest
benefits of their
cash flow, while
Combined with our custom reporting capabilities, that translates into the truest measure of financial success: peace of mind.
Despite this shift, the volume of
currency in circulation has
continued to rise, reaching
34.5 billion notes in 2013, with
new notes costing an average
of 10 cents apiece to print (above).
“People say that money is not the key
to happiness, but I always figured if you have
enough money, you can have a key made.”
— Joan Rivers