USPS Announced Additional Price Increases

Price Increases

In collaboration with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC), the United States Postal Service (USPS) announced additional price increases beginning on August 29, 2021. While the Postal Service called for increases back in January, 2021, this more expansive decision is part of the organization’s 10-year “Delivering for America” plan, hoping to balance company income alongside reasonable…

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Using Print to Stay Visible in a Virtual World

Restrictions on in-person interactions are creating a need to look for alternative ways to interact with customers and employees.  Printed projects can help with the virtual connection.  Research indicates,  40% of customers will try a new business after receiving a mail offer and direct mail recipients purchase 28% more items and spend 28% more money…

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The 4 Most Important Questions to Ask About SOC 2

Is your data (or your clients’) being protected by your service provider?  Do you depend on other partners to manage or store personal data such as health or financial information?  Then knowing something about SOC 2 compliance is worth your time. What is SOC 2? SOC 2 is an auditing procedure that ensures secure management…

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2020 Postal Rates

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As a new decade rolls in, USPS announces 2020 postal rates and increases. Postal rates will increase on January 26th, 2020. First-class stamps remain the same price at 55 cents while many flat-rate prices will increase slightly. USPS Postal Explorer publishes zone charts that estimate postage rates or mail piece by “zone” or distance that…

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