Infographic: How Would You Describe Your Mail Center?
Generally speaking there are two types of mail center - a basic mail center that manages small volumes of mail and a major mail center that manages a full suite of mailing and shipping processes - both for incoming and outgoing mail and parcels. A basic mail center doesn’t have a dedicated Mail Center Manager. And it most likely has envelope stuffing and postage meter machines in a centralized location. A major mail center however has a dedicated Mail Manager and staff that are involved in managing the entire mailing and shipping operations.
The Rise in Parcel Delivery
Following the growth in e-commerce, more and more parcels are being sent out by mail centers via a range of carriers. And organizations that handle a lot of parcel shipping like to have a large mail center in order to centralize this activity.
Check out our infographic for quotes from mail center experts and key parcel delivery figures from the U.S. Postal Service.
Digitizing Customer and Supplier Invoices: the Advantages
Some customers and suppliers want to receive invoices by email, some by postal mail. In both cases small businesses that digitize invoice distribution can save time and money, and improve customer experience by ensuring that they are always contacted on their terms.
How to Offer a Successful Employee Onboarding Experience
Today HR (Human Resources) people have so many things to take care of when a new recruit joins their organization. This includes: organizing induction training; putting together a welcome kit; equipping the new employee with a PC and mobile phone; setting up access to the company’s online tools; getting a...