3 Steps To Cutting Mail Costs
Small businesses rely on physical mail to send invoices, marketing materials and more. It’s crucial that they be as efficient as possible when sending mail so that mail costs do not get out of control. Successful business owners know there are ways to cut costs when it comes to sending mail and we are here to offer 3 of our favorite tips.
- Go paperless: There are millions of customers who prefer to have their invoices, statements and other documents physically mailed to their address. However, there is a way to make your customers happy without having to purchase thousands of sheets of paper each week for mail. Companies like Switch help to outsource your mail by printing, stamping, stuffing and mailing your documents for you. This eliminates the need for you to pay for and manage postage supplies.
- Say goodbye to bad data: Small businesses waste thousands of dollars on bad data. By removing data that is incorrect, incomplete, improperly formatted or duplicated your business can become more efficient. It’s possible to save up to $25 per mail piece by eliminating returned mail and parcels. Cutting down on returned mail, not only saves you on your mailing costs, but ensures you get paid timely and your customers remain happy.
- Keep track of your postal spend: Knowing when and where your business is spending on postage can help you determine how to become more efficient. Tracking your spend helps to identify departments that may need a more robust mailing solution.
How Switch Can Help Cut Costs:
With Switch, small businesses no longer need to worry about managing mailing supplies, returned mail or the other hassles that come with sending mail. Our no subscription, pay as you go mailing solution is perfect for small businesses who send physical mail. Check out Switch and try it for yourself.