Many of today’s successful companies are moving away from staffing non-core business functions and shifting their resources to take advantage of what they do best—focusing on their business.

Outsourcing print and mail operations is an attractive opportunity for many. It can reduce costs, improve quality, streamline processes, and offer more visibility. When considering outsourcing for your print and mail operations, you’ll want to dig into why it makes good business sense. Offering his perspective on the topic, Scott Concannon, VP, Business Development for PCI Group, spoke about it on this episode of Ask the Experts.

“You can save 20-30% off the top from what a facility costs you with employees and the building. You can also save 5-7% in postage with more efficient mailing and combining volumes,” Scott said. 

Regarding postage, Scott shared a story from a client. “We were able to insert more pages into a 6×9 envelope than the client, and the savings on postage alone were north of $100,000.”

Any time the mailing can move from a flat rate to a letter rate, the savings are significant, around 75 cents per piece.

In addition to cost savings, you also have more control of the process with advanced technology. Our clients have access to real-time information from our systems on how many pieces of paper printed and granular data points on operations. 

Our customers can take advantage of color in mailings without extra cost due to our inkjet printers. It’s automatic and can improve engagement with customers. We also help with invoice and letter design. “We start with, how can we improve the letter design,” Scott added. 

When working with a mission-critical print and mail provider, you also get a postal expert, which is imperative. Most companies don’t have this resource on staff, but we do. 

From real-time visibility to tracking to postage experts, you’ll find so many benefits of print and mail operations when you work with our team.