If you are currently using a computer program to record your cheque payments, yet writing cheques from the bank by hand, Compact can help you get MORE from your computer software.
Having Compact’s corporate computer cheques means you utilise your software more effectively AND save valuable time.
Our cheques suit any customised or standard program (e.g. MYOB, QuickBooks, Law Ledger, Comparto, Locus, Open Practice etc).
We are fully licensed and accredited cheque-printers. This means we can print and personalise your cheques to make full use of your software, and at the same time your corporate cheques will complement your letterhead, with your company colours and logo.
Here’s how they work: Step 1. Enter all the relevant data into the computer, and then simply print out your cheques as you would letters, invoices or statements.
Step 2. Depending on the program, your computer will complete not only your cheque, but also a remittance advice and office copy.
You save valuable time by:
No separate writing of cheque and cheque-butt
No separate preparation of remittance advice
No writing of cheque recipients name and address on envelope
Step 3. After cheque is signed, detach the office-copy, if applicable. Fold on the perforated line and put it in a window-face envelope for postage (program permitting).
Customised cheques can be printed like your letterhead, with your logo and corporate ink colours.
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Specially Printed Cheque Form
You can download a copy of Compact’s easy-to-complete Order for specially printed cheques and deposits
We will advise your bank that you require your own personalised cheques, and that you nominate Compact as your licensed cheque printer.
By emailing or faxing the completed form back to us, we can help you with all stages of this process: from the design of your new cheque to submitting proofs to your bank for final printing approval.
Your cheque security is Compact’s priority
Financial institutions are concerned that new technology has increased opportunities for forging or altering cheques. In response, the Australian Payments Clearing Association Limited has introduced new regulations. So we design and print our cheques to the bank’s stringent standards.
We aim to prevent forgery with security features such as..
Fugitive ink: ink that will run when it is bleached, rubbed, erased in any way.
For more information on Customised Cheque Printing, please click here.
Compact Business Systems | Storage Solutions, Sign-In Books, Filing Systems
Compact Business Systems has been providing business systems and solutions to its customers since 1975. Compact is a wholly owned and operated Australian company and services the entire country through either direct representation in all major capitals and regular servicing of all regional areas.
We are Australia’s leading supplier of sign-in systems for Visitors or Contractors who enter business premises. These products play a vital role in the health and safety process of any business by providing site specific entry conditions for each visitor or contractor each time they enter their details in the visitor sign-in and fire register.
Who is on the premises and who is their host is always available in the event of an emergency evacuation.
Any issues regarding privacy of information collected is addressed by the use of a privacy sheet which screens all personal information collected in the register from the view of subsequent visitors signing in. A requirement under Privacy Law.
Identification of the visitor or contractor is achieved as the self prepared visitor/contractor pass is clipped to their clothing. This pass ensures your staff are instantly aware of their status and authority to be on company premises.
This system assists with the business owners due diligence in relation to visitors, volunteers and contractors who enter business premises and will be of great assistance with health and safety “review of processes” that are being recommended prior to the implementation of the new Harmonised Work Health and Safety Leglislation.