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Preventing and Resolving Mailer Scorecard Issues

Posted by Anita Wood on Friday, May 12, 2017 - 15:57
Preventing and Resolving Mailer Scorecard Issues

Are you running into Mailer Scorecard issues that are costing you time and money? Are you looking for an easier way to verify the accuracy of the Mailer Scorecard results? Are you prepared for the increasing assessments and changing thresholds?

Yes, always a lot of questions and concerns surrounding the Mailer Scorecard…

Don’t Miss Out on Additional Postage Savings in 2017

Posted by Bob Schimek on Monday, March 27, 2017 - 20:08
Don’t Miss Out on Additional Postage Savings in 2017

With the 2017 price increase behind us, it’s a good time to revisit opportunities the postal service offers for mailers to save money in 2017. With postal prices already a big cost center for mailings, any way to cut down on postage spend can make an impact on your company’s bottom line.

Advanced Presorting in Satori Ignite

Posted by Anita Wood on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - 23:59
Advanced Presorting in Satori Ignite

As you are aware from previous posts, Satori Ignite is a new way for you to fuel your organization’s growth. It is the answer to the need in the industry to change the way that business is done in order to stay in business, work faster, work smarter and grow. We have enabled our customers to realize over 90% reduction in data processing time.

Industry Growth… But Will You Benefit?

Posted by Bob Schimek on Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 01:32
Industry Growth… But Will You Benefit?

Recently, Idealliance published its 14th edition of State of the Industry Report by chief economist Andrew D. Paparozzi. One of the themes of the findings is “Urgency and Discipline” as keys to success for companies that are excelling because “the issue in our industry is not a lack of opportunity.

When it’s time to replace your high-mileage data processing “vehicle”

Posted by Bob Schimek on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - 21:08
When it’s time to replace your high-mileage data processing “vehicle”

Maybe like you, I tend to drive my cars for 200,000+ miles.  But, as the car starts getting up there in age and miles, things start breaking and they’re usually not cheap fixes.  There eventually comes a time to acknowledge that while the old car did well for you, a significant upgrade is needed and it can’t wait.  And then you get that new car (or newer used car in my case), experience all the upgrades and wonder why you didn’t upgrade much sooner!