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USPS Update: Postal Rate Increase

Dec 13 2018
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USPS Update: Postal Rate Increase

The United States Postal Service (USPS) recently announced proposed price changes to take effect January 27, 2019. The USPS has been granted the authority to raise their rates. Although the USPS has indicated that the first-class price is going up 10%, many bulk mail categories are only going up 1% or less.

SouthData Spotlight: Alicia Nichols Easter

Jun 07 2018
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SouthData Spotlight: Alicia Nichols Easter

Alicia Nichols Easter is the Director of Client Support Services at SouthData. She's been with the company for 23 years. Alicia took some time to talk about what her role encompasses, the best piece of advice she's ever been given, and the one thing that would surprise her co-workers to know about her. 

HOA Customer Service Updates: New Number, New Hours, and a New Team

Nov 09 2017
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HOA Customer Service Updates: New Number, New Hours, and a New Team

SouthData has always prided itself on setting a high benchmark for quality customer service. Part of that process is identifying where we can improve and then making adjustments that push us forward as a company. That’s why we’re excited to announce some changes we recently made to our HOA Customer Service Division. Here’s what the model looks like now.

SouthData Spotlight: Lora Southard

SouthData Spotlight: Lora Southard

Lora Southard is the Vice President of Sales for HOA, Government and Utilities Markets at SouthData, Inc.  She’s in her 13th year with SDI, and here she talks about growing with the company, her proudest accomplishment thus far, and what she’s most excited about looking ahead. She also reveals what she looks for in a new hire and—get ready, locals—her favorite spot to eat in Mt. Airy.

Dear Diary: 3 Interesting Facts from the USPS 2016 Household Diary

Dear Diary: 3 Interesting Facts from the USPS 2016 Household Diary

The United States Postal Service recently released their 2016 Household Diary Study, which, since 1987, has set out to collect data on household use of mail and how that use evolves over time. The survey “collects household information on demographics, lifestyle, attitudes toward mail and advertising, bill payment behavior, and use of the Internet and other information technologies.” It’s a long, comprehensive, and interesting (really!) document. We pulled three facts worth noting about transactions mail.