Check out this video from PostalVision 2020 where prominent speakers discuss their participation in the PostalVision2020 event.  

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Postal policy is, well, focused on the Postal Service. We talk endlessly about service performance quality and the prices of the mail channel. But this is only part of the story, perhaps not even the most important part. Improvements in the channel may not be as critical to the organization and its supporting industry...

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The Postal Service is being forced to reduce the value of its prime asset, “last mile” delivery. Management has proposed to eliminate Saturday delivery and require businesses and households to accept delivery at curb or cluster boxes instead of at the door. At the same time, mailers are being charged more to cover...

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The Postal Service recently announced its most recent quarterly results ($1.9 billion loss, operating “profit” of $261 million).  As usual, this was followed by a number of predictable articles where the “burning platform” story continues to dominate. Some responses (many from the postal unions and...

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When working on a major new postal program almost two decades ago we discussed with a Fortune 50 company the bundling of one of their service into each sale.  A surprising revelation followed.  The company’s $120 annual product could be bundled into our service for an additional $10 per sale.  This opened up...

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