FP Mailing Solutions Launches postalmanager

FP Mailing Solutions announces the introduction of its postalmanager desktop software system for efficient, cost-effective USPS mail center processing. postalmanager integrates with a number of FP's digital postage systems to deliver effective, yet inexpensive, weighing, tracking, and reporting. This integrated mailing and accounting software solution saves money by using electronic confirmation services, such as Delivery Confirmation and Signature Confirmation.

postalmanager offers an array of unique features, including unlimited postage accounts; advanced detailed multi-level account reporting; user-defined account fields; data export capability; a USPS rate package that includes First-Class, Priority Mail, Parcel Post, and International Mail; USPS confirmation uploading and tracking; confirmation printing on Avery labels; and a scale platform weighing up to 150 lbs. Business mailers can enhance postalmanager with additional options, including Eltron label printing and touch-screen convenience.

With postalmanager, reports can be automatically generated after weighing and processing mail. Simply place the mail piece directly into the feeder of the FP digital postal system you won't even have to glance at the user interface screen. Mail is processed, tracked, and saved with all the essential data ready for on-the-spot reporting.

Key advantages of postalmanager include:
- User-Friendly Toolbar Large icons are easy to find and use. Optional Touch-Screen Panel application enables even faster navigation.
- Mail Information Easily modifies package shipping characteristics or destination ZIP Code. Enables user to post internal comments for reporting.
- Account Information Keeps you informed up to three levels on which account is assigned to a package.
- Frequent Tasks Saves frequently used mail jobs, avoiding repeat setups and boosting productivity.
- Extra Services Itemizes handling charges and USPS special services.
- Advanced Reporting Creates custom reports tailored to your needs.

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