Webinar: Mail Quality Data & Seamless Acceptance User Panel
May 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Hosted by: USPS Gloria Carmichael & Lori McCoy with user panel Steve Ciesluk (CMS) and Amanda Asaf (Tri-State Printing)
Registration is required – Please email Lisa Harris to register for webinar also include the names of the people attending the webinar
The USPS is taking steps to require seamless acceptance for ALL full-service mailers and a must for mailers with a Detached Mail Unit (DMU). It helps the USPS streamline the mail acceptance process, but what is really in it for you as a mailer or mail service provider?
• Learn about the benefits for you as a mailer and how it helps to strengthen your mail quality,
• Know the eligibility requirements to participate in Seamless parallel (the testing phase),
• Hear from your local USPS contacts who will guide you through the parallel and seamless process,
• Learn how to read your mailer scorecard and steps you take to improvement your results, and
• Know when and why you should flip the switch for live seamless acceptance.
A User Panel will be on hand to answer any questions or address any roadblocks you might have on your seamless journey. This panel includes:
• Amanda Asaf from Tri-State Printing. Tri-State Printing was the first mailer in the Baltimore District to go live with Seamless Acceptance. Amanda will share her journey (both the struggles and successes) through seamless parallel and testing, as well as why she decided seamless was important to implement. Tri-State Printing provides traditional printing and large format production from concept to graphic design to final production.
• Steve Ciesluk from Corporate Mailing Services, Inc. (CMS). CMS implemented Seamless Acceptance in July 2018 and in addition to mail production, CMS also provides mail presort services, adding another level of complexity to their seamless process. Steve will discuss CMS’ seamless journey and talk about some current areas he monitors on the mailer scorecard and measures he takes to keep CMS below the tolerance thresholds.