The Delivery Group

The Delivery Group delivers over 500 million items every year for businesses, retailers and organisations of all shapes and sizes.

We are one of the largest eCommerce, postal and retail logistics businesses in the UK with a distinctly tailored approach to our services. Our key solutions include bulk mail, eCommerce, retail and international delivery. Using our high speed automation, cloud technology and transparent tracking data, we are able to save your business money and time as we collect, sort and deliver on your behalf.

How we have helped The Delivery Group:

They have one (OSBiz) OpenScape Business S , hosted in the Pulsant cloud environment which serves 5 x sites, Warrington, Luton, Bristol, London and Kent approximately 220 users in total.

They also have a contact centre whic uses Voxtron VCC with 25 agents.

How we can help you

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Our latest news and opinions

  • Choosing the right unified communications system for your business

    Posted on 13/01/22

    Even though email messaging and social media are now well- established as business communication tools, they augment rather than replace traditional routes such as telephony. As businesses expand, or their current PBX phone system reaches the end of its useful life, they will need to source a replacement, rather than dumping it altogether. Traditional ISDN-based […]

  • Season’s Greetings

    Posted on 16/12/21

    We’d like to wish all of our customers, suppliers and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Please note we close early on Friday 24th December and re open at a 09:00 Wednesday 29th December. We’ll also be closed on Monday 3rd January.

  • It’s our 20th Birthday!

    Posted on 30/11/21

    We’re celebrating our 20th birthday – over the last 20 years we’ve worked with some amazing customers from numerous different industries. In that time we’ve seen lots of changes in the world of business telecommunications and always kept up to date with the ever evolving solutions available to business. “Quote from Iain – maybe around […]