Bob, Rob and everyone at Satori Software would like to wish you a happy Independence Day! Postal Affairs will be back tomorrow, July 5th.
It’s June already! With the days getting longer and kids getting anxious for the summer vacation, you might be starting to think of summer holidays and barbeques.
Summer is typically a slow time for the mailing industry, so it’s the perfect time to tune up your mailing machine. With hot political races and increasing online shopping, this fall is going to be busy. Here are some things you can do now to get ready.
In an increasingly connected world, mailers are being called to extend their mailings with email follow-ups, calling campaigns and social media posts. Let’s take a look at a few of these new channels to see what’s possible.
Epicomm, formerly MFSA, did a study and found that 22% of mailers today are offering email services. And companies who are expanding their services are the ones who are growing the most. But we found that some mailers are having trouble knowing where to start. So let’s take a look at a few of these new channels to see what’s possible.
Here at Satori we’re getting excited for the National Postal Forum. It’s the biggest show for the mailing industry, and we have some fun things planned.
If you’ve been in the mailing industry for any length of time, you’ve probably heard of NPF, and perhaps you’ve attended in the past. With tight budgets it can be hard to justify the cost to travel to a conference. But in the world of mailing conferences, NPF has a huge benefit no matter what you’re looking for. Here are some reasons to consider NPF this year:
It’s hard to believe it’s April and NPF is already over. We had a packed schedule this year, and I came away with some really interesting insights that I’m already starting to look at back in the office.
The atmosphere and attitude of the attendees was very positive this year. There was a sense of openness and discovery throughout the week, and around 30% of the attendees were there for the first time. Here are a few of the takeaways I found the most interesting: