The answer is yes, all U.S. parcel carrier packages have tracking numbers. A tracking number is typically assigned to a package by the company transporting it. With the exception of USPS mail, all major U.S. parcel carriers provide a trackingRead More
Boarding mailrooms are busy year round; they have lots and lots of student packages to handle. And sometimes, in this hustle, they get many things wrong… accidentally.
As apartment complexes across the country experience an abrupt shift from managing a few packages a day to dozens, deployment of package management solutions has become a need rather than a luxury for property managers.
It’s nine in the morning. Mr. Frank Galvin is impatiently waiting in his office for important mail to arrive that could serve to prove his client innocent in an alleged medical malpractice case. The trial is to be held laterRead More
Hospital mailroom staff can have a lot on their plates during the day. They must receive and handle countless shipments of medicine, medical equipment and medical supplies. Also, they must promptly and accurately deliver these packages to concerned departments withinRead More
A brand new year means the start of a new spring semester. And, if you are a mailroom manager working in an antiquated mailroom, the start of a semester means chaos. Literally. You’ll be receiving mountains of packages from parents,Read More
While the holiday season for most people is about enjoying time with their loved ones and vegging on the sofa, those working at university mailrooms can find it stressful and literally be flooded with packages. Rolling packages, undelivered packages, andRead More
When you’re dealing with dozens of sick patients who trust you to treat them, the last thing you need is your outdated, manual package tracking slowing down inventory shipments.