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Cutting Costs and Taking Names: An Article Written by One Of Our Own

Cutting Costs and Taking Names: An Article Written by One Of Our Own

The SCLogic team has done it again with a well-written article recently published in Mailing Systems Technology magazine called, “Cutting Mail Center Costs: The Goldilocks Approach.” Why Goldilocks? Because there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to making your mailroom more efficient. The article poses questions to help you think through what might work best for your situation, inviting you to think from expansive, moderate, and creative/resourceful positions. For example: Is your mail center experiencing the year-over-year 25% growth in package deliveries? Did…

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Feature Focus: Virtual Mailboxes

Feature Focus: Virtual Mailboxes

This post is part of the Feature Focus section of my blog. I will pick a generic feature of your package tracking software, campus logistics system, or business process management system and then explain what it is, how it works, and the benefits of using that feature. For this post, I’m going to talk about virtual mailboxes. Virtual mailboxes allow you to repurpose the space that your physical mailboxes are consuming. By utilizing a barcoded file folder system, you can…

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Logistics Tools for the Twenty-First Century Mail Center

Logistics Tools for the Twenty-First Century Mail Center

SCLogic’s Bruce Little recently had an article featured in Mailing Systems Technology, the article is titled “Logistics Tools for the Twenty-First Century Mail Center.” Bruce discusses how the industry has changed and how to leverage logistics tools to work for you. You can read an excerpt below featuring a very popular subject among Universities, Virtual Mailboxes. “While package volumes may be increasing, white mail volumes have decreased drastically. Most mail centers have rows and rows of mailboxes that are hardly used. Why…

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