Now that the USPS has made Seamless Acceptance mandatory, mailers are more closely monitoring their Mailer Scorecard data to pinpoint areas where errors are occurring. But how do mailers access the details of the reported errors? Using the Informed Visibility® Mail Tracking & Reporting (IV-MTR) Mail Quality Data is the fastest, easiest way to gain access to this detailed information.
During this medical crisis and into the future, one thing remains unchanged, and that is Window Book’s commitment to care for and protect our clients. The best way to do that is to provide intelligent automation solutions to help improve your productivity and profitability.
To help you in these challenging times, we are offering to add any of our intelligent automation solutions free through the end of July 2020.
If you already participate in Seamless Acceptance, you are realizing the benefits of this USPS program. The primary benefit is that mailers have much more control over the mailing date. With Seamless Acceptance, the mailing job is finalized as soon as it is successfully uploaded to PostalOne!, so mailers are no longer restricted by USPS Detached Mail Unit (DMU) or Bulk Mail Entry Unit (BMEU) hours. If you are not participating in Seamless Acceptance, make it your New Year Resolution to get on board.
One of the things I love is being asked by our clients to come on-site at their production facilities. Not only is a face-to-face meeting so much more inviting than speaking over the phone or video conference, it is so mutually beneficial to see how our solutions are used by our diverse set of successful clients.
This time of year there are many things to be grateful for, but one that is often overlooked is the United States Postal Service® (USPS®) and all of the ways that it benefits America. Here are just some of the ways the USPS benefits our country.
With new and better ways of getting work done, Window Book is celebrating 31 years serving clients, as we are releasing many new products. New software that brings a better way to do business and introduces us to new expanding markets.
Part of what I love about America is that it is a place where people are free to innovate and prosper from it. It is still very valuable to write personal, meaningful, handwritten letters from one person to another. We have the best postal system in the world, use it.
PMG Brennan's keynote presentation made it clear that mail is relevant and will stay an important part of the marketing mix, especially as it is integrated with digital marketing. NPF’s Director of Marketing & Exhibits, Mary Guthrie reported that this year’s conference had the highest attendance in 10 years with 4,471 attendees! The Window Book team saw that excitement first-hand in the faces and comments of more than 100 people who visited our booth searching for new solutions to help their companies grow without adding labor costs.
Getting together with small groups of mailers and system producers to discuss and collaborate on the future of mailing, where a perfect example is a recent Future of the Mail Symposium. One of the key trends outlined in the symposium is the increasing use of more and more advanced automation technologies and their impacts on the mailing industry.