Mass-mail appeal

Raskin, Andrew
November 1998
Inc.;1998 Inc. Technology 4, Vol. 20 Issue 17, p25
Focuses on Hot Postage Statements, electronic versions of postage forms released by the Enterprise Productivity Systems from the US Postal Service (USPS) Web site. Advantages of using the electronic forms; Plan of USPS marketing systems program manager Nate Zuckerman, to introduce automated wizards.


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