From smaller First-Class® Mail drops to large scale, palletized SCF mailings, BCC Ignite has enhanced our data service capabilities all around.
Vision Graphics, an experienced ballot production and fulfillment firm, was looking to enhance their service speed and data processing in preparation for a tumultuous election season.
BCC Ignite technology provides Vision Graphics with increased flexibility to manage various projects and implement complex decision trees to parse, split, and cleanse files immediately upon data receipt.
Comprehensive Solution, Automated Processing, Continued Growth
Heeter Printing, a Canonsburg, PA market leader in marketing communications has been able to automate and streamline its processing of mail data through the use of BCC’s comprehensive solution — Mail Manager Full Service.
As automation was key to Heeter’s strategy for meeting the demands of its customers, this solution has helped Heeter cut down on processing time, saving 8 hours per day, and an average of $48,000 per year. The BCC Mail Manager Full Service has eliminated the need for manual job processing which was an average of 60 mins per job. With the time saved, Heeter is now able to repurpose its talent for higher-margin jobs.
Other results gotten include:
- The ability to meet customers’ complex job requirements, from data manipulation to presorting
- The ability to meet customers’ SLAs for quick turn times and end-to-end automation for programmatic jobs – customers who are able to standardize aspects of their jobs (such as list format) are able to take advantage of the automated services Heeter offers
- The ability to ensure compliance with USPS requirements and the best postage savings for customers’ mailings.
Additionally, Mail Manager Full Service has a built-in wizard (which is also a task that can be automated in the workflow) for our Track N Trace service that utilizes USPS IV to scan data. The reporting provides Heeter’s customers with an easy-to-read view of their mailing. They can see where the mail is in the mail stream, predict delivery dates, and hold the USPS accountable for delivery – or even their end customers accountable if a response to that mailing is required (for instance if the piece of mail is a bill/statement/or a notice of some sort).