The U.S. Postal Service delivered more than 6 billion packages in 2018, and many of those included bound and packet mail – larger than a standard envelope but smaller than a parcel or shipping box. Enrollment kits from healthcare companies, orders from booksellers, and catalogues from retailers are included in this bound and packet mail category.
Don’t let paying for postage slow you down. Working with Pitney Bowes Presort Services gives you access to options that allow you to prepay or pay later for USPS postage, which helps you gain flexibility.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is already a familiar concept for many consumers. Common devices now regularly collect and share data with each other in an effort to improve user experience for everything from wearable tech to household appliances.
Engaging your customer can improve the customer experience. Learn how to deliver relevant and engaging interactions across the customer lifecycle, build brand loyalty, gain valuable insight and deliver the exceptional customer experience.
It’s become almost clichéd to say, but the fact of the matter is that customers today are absolutely addicted to the personal, mobile screens they carry around with them. Whether it’s smartphones, tablets or e-readers, today’s consumers are more absorbed in mobile devices than ever before, devoting over 10 hours a day, more than half of their waking hours, to looking at screens.
Believe it or not, despite steady digital proliferation, mail is still the primary means of communication between businesses and their customers. As postage costs continue to rise, every mailing piece counts, so it is as important as ever to optimize your postage spend.
The last day of this thought leadership event focused on the technologies driving profound changes in the retail industry, and how those technologies will help retailers meet rising consumer expectations.
Retail (R)Evolution 2018 may be in our rear-view mirror now, but that hasn’t stopped us from thinking over all the great sessions we attended and speakers we heard from during our two days in Orlando. One of our most anticipated panels was the session on returns, and how to leverage returns for creating repeat business with customers.
Customers today expect a personal relationship and consistency of experience, regardless of when or where they engage with you, shared Andy Reid, Pitney Bowes global director of customer information management (CIM).
The landscape for small and medium business to thrive and grow is more challenging today but presents greater opportunity than five years ago, according to President of SMB Global Solutions Mark Shearer. “Leveraging the right technology can be a significant competitive advantage,” he shared during the global #PowerofPrecision chat. His advice to SMBs:
There is a significant need for financing solutions for small businesses in the wake of the economic devastation caused by the COVID pandemic. There are a variety of Government and private sector financing options for businesses to consider – fully assess all of them and determine what is best for your business.
The Federal Reserve Main Street Lending Program has started and may be a viable option for certain businesses.
The Pitney Bowes Bank, Inc., Member FDIC, is an authorized lender for the Main Street Lending program. Assess if this program is right for you.
A timely Q&A and podcast that discusses numerous key topics, including: Will disruptions in global trade make companies revisit the idea of domestic supply chains for their products? Are there economic or financial incentives or low rates on loans to companies that manufacture their goods domestically?
Wheeler Financial from Pitney Bowes™ is committed to the manufacturing industry, providing access to capital for critical purchases to drive growth and success.
To listen to the complete podcast with Brian and Chad, click the link at the bottom of this blog post.
For many companies, talk of growth has been put on the back burner until we all get way past the Covid-19 pandemic. However, NOW is the time get your company in a position to grow for late 2020 and into 2021 and 2022.
Prepare yourself and your company for when the economy opens back up again with this checklist.