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Vote-by-Mail: Is it Safe?

  This year, Vote-by-Mail has become a national obsession among politicians, news outlets, critics, and proponents. Several groups are pressing for states to encourage their citizens to lessen their exposure to the coronavirus by voting in the November election from their homes. Other groups vehemently oppose the idea. They are either concerned with the specter […]

Pandemic Increases Inbound Parcel Obligations

Inbound parcel processing has always been a task handled by mailrooms in corporate environments, universities, and large residential communities. Once the mailroom accepts a package, they assume the responsibility for the security and status of the material until they deliver it to the rightful addressee. While the volume of incoming packages was already on the […]

WFH Employees Ask “Where’s My Mail?”

The Corona virus caused companies to change how they conduct business, and analysts predict some of those changes may be permanent. Much has been written about the adjustments employees made to attend meetings via Zoom or other online solutions, but what about the physical documents that fuel important business processes? How will work from home […]

Why Mail Centers Avoid Dealing With Returned Mail

Dodging undelivered returned mail is pretty common in mail centers across the country.  But failing to take action on undelivered mail can have wide-ranging effects. Companies waste money by sending multiple mailpieces to undeliverable addresses, they lose touch with customers, delay incoming payments, and can even risk privacy breaches. With all the impacts of returned […]

Election Officials Expect Surge in Vote-By-Mail

When gathering in groups is unhealthy because of COVID-19, exercising voting rights becomes a challenge. While the virus is active we shouldn’t be standing in long lines with our fellow citizens and touching voting machines handled by people who preceded us in the voting booth. Many states and other jurisdictions have addressed this public health […]

What Ever Happened to Jane in Accounting?

Employees don’t stay in the same cubicle forever. They move quite a bit; getting promoted, changing employers, or responding to corporate restructuring. Some companies even have in-house relocation departments just so they can move boxes and files when people, or entire departments, are assigned new workspaces. Keeping track of each employee’s physical location is a […]

Vote by Mail: A Special Flavor of Inbound Mail Processing

As states and other jurisdictions seek ways to ensure elections are secure and accurate, they are considering vote-by-mail as an alternative to the cost and perceived risk exposure associated with electronic voting machines and in-person polling places. Four states (Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and Hawaii) have legislated all elections be conducted by mail. Twenty-one other states […]

Should You Presort Your Own Mail?

The best way to save money on mailing is lowering your postage costs. Mailers realize savings by taking advantage of workshare postage discounts offered by the US Postal Service. As the name suggests, it involves work. You can outsource the task to a service provider or do the work yourself. How do you know which […]

Getting Inbound Mail to the Right Place (the first time)

In most organizations, inbound mail presents two problems. (1) The huge variety of formats (letters, flats, periodicals, newspapers) makes evaluating and sorting inbound mail a slow manual process. (2) Routing the mail to the right people at their current internal mail stations is often accomplished by hand, using outdated lists, notes, employee knowledge, and trial-and-error. […]