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One Machine for All Mailing Operations

Single-purpose mailing machines are good investments for organizations with enough volume to keep the equipment operating. For smaller companies, an investment in equipment dedicated to a single operation is cost-prohibitive. But small businesses still need to mail. According to the National Federation of Independent Business, most small businesses spend $338 per month on postage—about $4,000 […]

Insurers: Why Sort Your Own Mail?

Even in the digital age, insurers and other businesses generate lots of mail. Applications include claims, policies, billing, correspondence, checks, notices, statements, and more. Managing postage spend is always a concern, which means sorting the mail to take advantage of USPS workshare discounts is a smart strategy. Presort services exist, but many insurers create enough […]

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 […]

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 […]