PCI Group’s Print and Mail Blogs

How to Transition from In-House Printing

January 29th, 2024|Categories: Blogs, Outsource Statement Printing, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

Is it time to finally wind down your print and mail operations for compliance-related communications? The costs are staggering, and the regulations grow more complex. In the past few years, the trend has been to [...]

An FAQ Discussion on Outsource Printing: Your Questions Answered

January 18th, 2024|Categories: Blogs, Outsource Statement Printing, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

Many business decisions require due diligence and asking lots of questions. In the case of outsource printing of transactional communications, the list can be long and specific. You should certainly be investigating all the facets [...]

Print and Mail Solutions for Protected Customer Communications

January 10th, 2024|Categories: Blogs, Outsource Statement Printing, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

Any customer communication that includes protected information comes with a litany of compliance requirements. Any document with PII (personally identifiable information) or PHI (protected health information) falls into this category. As they are unique, you’ll [...]

The Most Important FAQs about Outsourcing Transactional Printing to Put on Your Checklist

January 3rd, 2024|Categories: Blogs, Outsource Statement Printing, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

The complexities and resources required to print and mail transactional documents can strain organizations considerably. These mailings are different from promotional ones, as they contain personal or protected data. As a result, outsourcing transactional printing [...]

In-House Printing vs. Outsource Printing for Transactional Mail: Pros and Cons

December 20th, 2023|Categories: Blogs, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

Any business that sends statements and documents to addressees, including personal or confidential information, has two choices. A company can handle this in-house or outsource it. In comparing in-house printing vs. outsource printing, each has pros [...]

FAQs Heard from the Financial Industry on Outsourcing Compliant Print and Mail

December 12th, 2023|Categories: Blogs, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

The financial industry must deliver lots of customer communications containing sensitive information. As a result, this type of mail is transactional and subject to regulatory requirements. Many organizations no longer want to manage these expensive and [...]

Print and Mail Services for Business: Transition from In-House Printing

December 4th, 2023|Categories: Blogs, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

Printing and mailing customer communications can be an expensive, time-consuming part of operations. When these are transactional in nature and contain sensitive information, the process becomes more complex. For those still running an in-house production, you [...]

5 Reasons to Let Professionals Handle Your Auto Insurance Customer Communications

November 29th, 2023|Categories: Blogs, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , , , |

Auto finance companies create and send many documents to their customers. Many of these are in the category of transactional print and mail because they contain confidential and sensitive information. For those auto insurance customer communications, [...]

Will Outsourced Printing and Mailing Services Save You Time and Money?

November 22nd, 2023|Categories: Blogs, Outsource Statement Printing, Transactional Printing, Vertical Markets|Tags: , , |

Every cost in your company has an impact on revenue. In a time when cost-cutting and profit optimization are essential for a healthy business, you may not be aware of how some business functions affect your [...]

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