Managing a mail center at a law firm can be a complex and thankless task. While your firm is selling professional services, confidentiality and data protection, you’re likely racing up and down corridors with packages and mail and a book and a pen.
Whether you view it as conformity or compliance, meeting the sending guidelines of the major carriers is critical to ensuring both accurate delivery and achieving short and long-term cost savings. In addition, meeting internal sending guidelines can make your life easier and the company’s business more efficient.
The U.S. Postal Service’s® Intelligent Mail® package barcode (IMpb) benefits businesses in a variety of ways. The first two posts in this series covered which parcels do or don’t require the barcode, and how to apply it correctly. The final piece of the puzzle is compliance.
The Intelligent Mail® package barcode (IMpb) is the U.S. Postal Service’s® bridge between physical packages and digital information, helping to deliver world-class service and tracking. In this three-part series, we’ll cover everything you need to know about IMpb.
Back in 1955, the U.S. Postal Service created the Certified Mail® service, an initiative designed to give peace of mind to the pre-digital generation that their shipped items were getting to their intended destinations, and getting there on time.