Mail outsourcing on-demand. A suite of SaaS tools for creating and sending postal mail without the need for printing, folding, stuffing, stamping or trips to the post office. Next day in the mail, no subscription fee, no minimum volume commitment.
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What is Click2Mail?
Founded in 2003, Click2Mail.com provides Web browser-based tools for creating, personalizing, and proofing mailpieces and for acquiring, building, and managing mailing lists. Our system virtually eliminates the need for sorting, labeling, applying postage, and transport to a post office and does it for not much more than the cost of postage alone. In short, mail made easy.
Key to our success is the fact that we are a trusted and accredited partner of the world's largest, longest serving, and most successful organization dedicated to the delivery of letters and packages to businesses: the United States Postal Service (USPS). Each year the USPS delivers more than 200 billion pieces of mail to more than 144 million homes and businesses.
Whether it is a simple postcard addressed to 25 or a ten-page Certified letter with a Return Receipt to 5000, you can compose, address, and send your mailpieces anywhere on the planet without leaving your chair. No one else offers a comparable collection of products or services or a more comprehensive history of specific industry experience.
Good news: Some think conventional mail is dead
Where some see the decline of direct mail, we see a resurgence. Why? Because the rush to digital media makes the mail we do get that much more obvious. We believe that those willing to pinpoint smart applications, to test approaches, and to cultivate quality lists have the potential to reach the unreachable‚ the customers and prospects who are otherwise lost to the current flood of digital information.
Conventional mail, unconventional technologies
Our mission is to bring our customers the best of conventional mail through the invention and adaptation of unconventional technologies. To that end we are continually forming partnerships, researching, and investing in systems that bridge the worlds of digital and hardcopy communications.