Mailing/Fulfillment - Hardware
COVID-19 has changed Colorado state government in a big way. The transformation to remote work is driving new print volumes to the state’s Integrated Document Solutions operation.
As incoming package volume continues to rise, some in-house mail operations are moving to smart lockers to simplify package processing and pickup, and reduce the long lines. East Tennessee State University was one of the smart locker pioneers. We talked with Director Don McCarty about the benefits smart lockers have brought.
In-plants that manage both print and mail say it streamlines their workflow, saves money and enhances their value. A new IPI research report examines the mailing services in-plants offer, the mailing technologies they are installing, how they charge back for mail services, and more.
To get a better understanding of the mailing services in-plants provide, how mail and package volumes are changing and which mailing technologies in-plants are installing, we surveyed our readers and are in the midst of writing a research report. Here are some of our initial findings.
Mail is a major part of many in-plant operations. Our data shows that more than 60% of in-plants offer mailing services. To analyze the growth of in-house mail and the opportunities mail can bring, IPG has launched a new survey. It's open to all in-plants, even those that don't offer mail services, and participants are eligible for prizes.
Hear results of our latest research into software used by in-plants and how it is helping them beat the challenges of staff shortages.
Bring rigor and precision to the flow of inkjet work throughout your plant by attending this informative webinar!
East Tennessee State University Postal Services embarked on an aggressive plan to revamp the entire department. Its success in doing this earned the operation IPMA's Mail Center of the Year award.