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Mailing

Mail is a valuable part of your customer communications or marketing campaigns.

Although response rates are generally high, the resources needed to execute successful mail programs require mailers to prove the value of the program. When mailing, marketers want visibility, easy delivery tracking and the ability to show responses and ROI.

Our mailing professionals can help you get your mail projects out the door and to your clients quickly, within budget and with as few touches as possible.

We can take your mailing process from list preparation and management through print, assembly, presorting and/or commingling, then off to the USPS — all in one facility. If you need help knowing where your mail is we can tell you. If you need to ensure compliance and visibility with your mail from processing through delivery tracking and reporting we can help.

Presort and Commingle

Presort your mail by zip code and combine with other companies’ mailings for greater postal discounts and efficient delivery.

Direct Mail

Boost your response rates with our professional Direct Mail and Marketing Mail services. We’ll help you get the right message to the right person every time.

Delivery Tracking and Effectiveness

With our tracking and reporting tools, you’ll know where your mail is and when it was delivered. You can add tracking and engagement reporting down to the individual level.

Auditing and Compliance

We maintain the integrity of your mailing data and pieces throughout the mailing process from inception through delivery to the USPS. When you mail with us, your mail stays in compliance with USPS standards and we act as your liaison to the USPS when you need help understanding procedures or standards.

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