Communications provider Daisy has converted more than 13,000 of its customers to its e-billing system, a year after launching the campaign.
The Lancashire-based reseller initially vowed to convert 25 per cent of its customer base, but despite doubling it customer base in the last year, has converted 30 per cent.
Tony Dixon, commercial director at Daisy, said: “The uptake in customers using e-billing has meant that despite numbers increasing, proportionally the amount of vital resources the company expends through the production and delivery of a bill, have been cut.
“This means that despite doubling our customer base to 30,000 we have not needed to increase on paper-based resources.”
By 2009 the company is aiming to have converted 90 per cent of its customer base to e-billing.
“As a rapidly expanding business it is important we keep our energy expenditure and our carbon footprint to a minimum,” said Dixon.
In addition, the e-billing campaign supports The Prince’s Trust, as every customer that converts, Daisy donates £1 to the charity – and Daisy recently donated £1,606 to the Trust.
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