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Satori Software Firm bundles presort add-on now available for Bulk Mailer and MailRoom ToolKit

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Seattle, WA - Satori Software today announced the immediate availability of a Firm Bundles add-on for its Bulk Mailer and MailRoom ToolKit mailing preparation and address management software lines. The USPS PAVE Gold certified add-on supports nonautomation and carrier route sorts for letter- and flat-sized Periodicals.

Preparing firm bundles allows organizations to save postage when mailing Periodicals by combining pieces that are being sent to the same address. Firm bundles have a much lower piece rate, and can reduce the cost of carrier route and nonautomation mail. For example, in a situation where it would cost $1.037 to send five letter-size periodicals to an address without using Firm Bundles it would only cost $0.225 with Firm Bundles-a 78% reduction in postage.

"Our customers who send periodicals asked for Firm Bundles and we are pleased to deliver the most flexible functionality possible while meeting USPS requirements," said Hugh Rogovy, President of Satori Software, Inc. "Just one more example of our enduring commitment to delivering the most user-friendly mailing preparation software on the market."

How Firm Bundles Works
The Satori Software Firm Bundles add-on employs two methods to determine the total number of copies of a periodical that should be sent to an address: the number designated in each address's Firm Bundle Copies field and the number of duplicate addresses identified during the sort. The minimum number of pieces per bundle is user-defined, which allows organizations to optimize both postage and labor costs.




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