myMail is the smallest postage meter in the Francotyp-Postalia lineup of meters. For Soho businesses and other organizations with limited mail volumes who seek a professional and secure mailing option it can work ideally.
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Postage meter rentals can be confusing to purchasers. Bluntly, the industry tends to set the whole system up in a way that confuses many buyers. In designing a solution for clients we find we spend much of our time advising them on how the system works and what to look for in their contract and deal. Some of the stories we have heard about dealings in this area are horrendous.
As I write this last post before taking a few days for the Christmas season I am thinking back over a year of writing for the Office Document Strategies blog.
The Mymail postage meter is the smallest model in the Francotyp-Postalia lineup of equipment. So why would you want the smallest model?
When your business makes a postage meter rental decision there are five key features which should be considered. Of course one of these will be who to rent from, but there are other important things to consider.
Even with the growth of e-mail and other electronic messaging a postage meter is still a component of many business offices. if you don't have one here are ten reasons you might like to consider.
Why not to give up on Direct Mail?
Businesses of all sizes can find postage machines or meters a useful tool. Their primary benefit is to provide security of a costly resource, stamps. The also can make sure that you use your postage efficiently, only putting the amount on each envelope that is needed, without over posting. Over posting even a few cents can lead to hundreds of dollars of unnecessary cost.
Getting more value out of your time at work is an important part of every person's day. When it comes to doing the daily mail there are a number of ways which this can be accomplished.