The annual review of Canadian postage rates has led to significant Canada Post Rate Increases Mar31st
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In a recent announcement Canada Post has released plans for significant changes to the Canadian letter postage market effective spring 2014. Following upon the announced rate changes for other categories of mail covered in this blog last week, there will be increases in letter rates as well effective March 31, 2014 following the required regulatory process.
In Canada there are three manufacturers of postage meters that are approved by Canada Post, Francotyp-Postalia, Neopost and Pitney Bowes. Given that they all have direct sales operations in Canada why should you not buy directly from one of them?
A recent article in CIO Insights outlines some of the stats on what for many is seen as a new activity but which in fact is much older. Email: Middle aged and still going strong outlines where email ranks today and compares its use to other e communications tools like Instant Messaging and Social Technologies.
As a dealer representing one of the three Canadian postage machine manufacturers one of the questions we answer for clients is why they should work through a dealer rather than do a deal direct with a manufacturer.
The lowly postage meter has long been a staple of most professional offices. As e-mail and fax have taken over many of our correspondence needs the postage meter is now often up for discussion as a way to save costs.
Hidden within your postage meter contract there may be clauses which are costing you big dollars and you may not be noticing.