August 21st, 2019

Is International Shipping Slowing You Down?

In most cases, customers who purchase from your company really don’t care where you’re based. Shoppers continue to buy from companies across international borders. If your company doesn’t sell internationally yet, well, it’s time to start! And if, like most companies, your international business is growing, then you want to look into reducing your shipping … Continue reading “Is International Shipping Slowing You Down?”

July 10th, 2019

Undelivered Mail – What Does It Really Cost You?

Some companies will say. “It’s just a few cents for postage – it’s not worth my time to manage my database.” Obviously, the postage cost is part of the cost, but in this scenario, the company fails to look at all the other costs. For example: Along with postage, you have to consider the cost … Continue reading “Undelivered Mail – What Does It Really Cost You?”

July 10th, 2019

Selling Internationally?

If your company sells internationally, chances are you struggle with shipping costs, complex international laws and long transit times. If that sounds familiar, you want to work with a logistics provider who knows the drill! CMS provides international and global logistics solutions that are not only easy to understand, but affordable. Our service is designed … Continue reading “Selling Internationally?”

June 18th, 2019

Why Use A Mailing Service?

Think about it. When you are planning a mailing, there are lots of things to consider. First, there’s the preparation for the mailing – determining what you are going to say and to whom are you sending it. That part you might have to do on your own, or maybe use a marketing consultant. But … Continue reading “Why Use A Mailing Service?”

June 18th, 2019

Standard or First Class Mail?

This is always a question that puzzles people. The answer is “It depends.” So we thought it might help if we created some “rules” for your mailings. While not every mailing will follow one of the rules below, this list will give you a good idea of which class of mail you want to use. … Continue reading “Standard or First Class Mail?”