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5 Ways Barcode Technology Can Benefit Your Business

by Janet Granger | April 5, 2012 | No Comments

barcode technologyAre you still wondering whether barcode technology is right for your mailing operations? Perhaps you thought barcoding was just for the “big” companies doing tens of thousands of mailings in a single run.

If so, it is time for a rethink. Barcode technology is not only accessible for smaller businesses, it is essential to achieving big cost-savings and operational efficiencies. How big? Businesses with mailings of as few as 5,000 pieces can expect to save between $165 and $220 per mailing!

If you have been unsure about barcoding or if you needed help making the business case, this short guide will help you make the right decision.

Download the paper now to get an overview of barcode technology and its main benefits, including:

  • Postal discounts and more efficient mailings
  • The ability to track mail and improve the effectiveness of your campaigns
  • Clean and current mailing lists

Just about every business that relies on postal mail as part of its operations stands to gain from scanning and barcode technology.

Barcode Technology: What’s Next?

To learn more about barcode technology, download our article Top 5 Ways Barcoding Benefits Your Business now!

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