Report: Secure Digital Mail Services - An Emerging Megatrend
Wednesday, April 06, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
What is it?
"Secure digital mail" refers to mail consolidation services that provide users with electronic versions of their mail in a centralized location. Essentially, the service is designed as an electronic version of a user's traditional mailbox with additional capabilities, such as online bill payment, organizational tools, content uploading capabilities, and archiving.
A combination of increasing consumer comfort with technology, broader access to the Web, and companies' focus on cost reduction is driving interest in secure digital mail services in the U.S. to bypass traditional delivery. While some global markets have been successful in driving consumer and mailer adoption, the United States is a substantially larger and more fragmented market. Service providers will be challenged to build a broad network of relationships with mailers and consumers alike to differentiate the value they provide.
While there is no established leader in secure digital mail services in the United States today, there are several noteworthy services either in beta or announced today. InfoTrends' new report The Emergence of Secure Digital Mail Services in the United States will review some of those services and address the market opportunity.
Published: March 2011
Format: 11 page analysis
Tables & Figures: 6
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