CS-200 Court Fee Franking Machine
Stamp your legal documents from the comfort of your office
The CS-200 is the only Court Services approved fee franking machine for the Irish legal sector.
The Quadient CS-200 is the new Court Services approved, fee franking machine for the Irish legal sector, offering sophisticated features in a compact package. The Quadient CS-200 can be re-credited on-line 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from the comfort of your office. We are now the sole supplier to Courts Service for the provision of fee franking machines to the legal sector. Credit your machine instantly from the comfort of your office. No more time spent travelling to get documents stamped or machines re-credited. Access to credit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Short keys give quick easy access to frequently used settings. The CS-200 also comes with easy-to- install, high speed LAN connection for quick and easy download of credit. With the Quadient CS-200 you can download credit when you need it and pay by direct debit.
High Quality Digital Prints
The CS 200 Prints Crystal Clear Frank
Pin protected access to keep your credit safe and machine secure
With the Departmental Accounting function, you can easily create case specific audit trail
Quick Access to Credit
Quickly and easily recredit your fee franking machine online anytime in less than one minute!
Save Time and Money
No need to go to the court offices to recredit your machine. Eliminate the time wasted standing in line and the cost of travel.
Manage Cash Flow
Pay fees on a direct debit basis and only download the funds you require. No need to top up in large amounts.
Access credit and stamp your litigation documents from the comfort of your office 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
With the new machine we can download credit from the internet as we need it, rather than having to buy credit in bulk, as with the old machine. This helps us maintain our cash flow. The ability to download credit in the office also saves us the time involved in having to send a trainee off to the Courts Service to have credit installed manually.
Denis I Finn Solicitors