Year in, year out, direct mail has proven to be one of the most effective ways to reach a targeted audience.
However, there are a lot of things to consider. Is your mailing list clean? Are you aware of the latest postal regulations? Who will assemble, seal and address the pieces? SourceOne has it all under control.
As an industry-recognized list broker, we have access to over 50,000 lists, selectable by just about every demographic imaginable.
Then we will make sure your piece is assembled just the way you want it to be — even if it requires delicate handwork. Finally, we’ll get it in the mail and on the way to your target audience in an efficient manner that minimizes postage and delivery delays. Are you just starting the marketing process and in the dark about what type of piece to mail? Our creative partners and production staff will help you design a piece with maximum impact.
Save on Postage
Postage is the major cost of getting a first class mail piece into the mail stream. If you are not currently presorting your outgoing first class mail, SourceOne Output Technologies can save you up to 20% in postage fees alone by presorting your first class mail.
Do you use a postage meter for outgoing mail? If so, GET RID OF IT! Postage machine rental and ink costs three to eight dollars for every one thousand pieces metered. SourceOne Output Technologies Presort Manifest Mailing system doesn’t utilize meters so variable weight documents with varying page counts can be processed in the same print and insertion stream. We cut hidden costs and eliminate multiple set ups. The bottom line is greater efficiency and savings to you!
Printing and mailing services have a significant impact on cash flow, customer satisfaction and complying with government regulations.
If a natural (or man-made) disaster keeps you from processing invoices, statements, direct mail and other key customer communications, having a business continuity plan and a print-to-mail backup will be critical.
The time to develop a Business Continuity plan is now, not when disaster strikes.