Paperclips; printer ink; eyecare

Paperclips; printer ink; eyecare

April 2014

No contract, no hassle, minimum order of just five vouchers

Eyecare does not need to be a headache. eVouchers from Specsavers Corporate Eyecare have now become even easier for Irish employers. They can now be paid for online meaning that employee eyecare really can be purchased as simply and efficiently as paperclips and printer ink. The ordering, payment, management and distribution of eyecare can all be handled in minutes, online, while the eyecare itself is still centred on the human element, with the highest quality care being the top priority. It has never been easier to provide eyecare benefits: there is no contract, no effort, and a minimum purchase of just five vouchers.

Abby Pringle, corporate accounts manager for Specsavers Corporate Eyecare, says: ‘We have worked hard to realise the two different ends of the scale. Our aim has been to make the procurement and delivery of eyecare as quick and efficient as possible, while maintaining a comprehensive, personal, and expert service in terms of the eyecare itself.’

Specsavers Corporate Eyecare launched eVouchers for eyecare in 2013. With the introduction of online payment, the whole process can be managed entirely online, within seconds, with the payment being made by credit or debit card. eVouchers are available to cover specific requirements, such as, VDU eyecare, safety eyewear, and driver eyecare. Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has always offered vouchers from a minimum of just five and has never tied an employer into a contract. In difficult economic circumstances and times of consumer choice, this is now even more vital to many employers.

Abby Pringle continues: ‘We provide eyecare for a huge variety of companies and organisations. The benefits of low admin, low cost but high quality are vital whether you employ five people or 500,000 and we support employers across the whole range. The vast majority of our existing clients have already transferred to the online eVoucher system as it makes the whole process so very simple.’

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