USPS Seamless Acceptance
Document Output Center, LLC has recently been approved for USPS Seamless Acceptance. We are the first mailer in Arkansas to be approved for this program.
JONESBORO, Ark, May 1, 2014 Trinamic, Inc., parent company of SynTel Premier Solutions announced it’s changed the name of SPS to Document Output Center, LLC, effective immediately.
Trinamic Corporation, owners of AutoMail, LLC, and Document Output Center, LLC, has been added to the Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum’s new Virtual Exhibition, “America’s Mailing Industry,” which tells the story of the partnership between the U.S. Postal Service and private industry. The Virtual Exhibition is located at
[dt_fancy_title title="Postal Service Exigent Surcharge Pricing to End April 10" title_align="left" title_size="h3" title_color="title" separator_style="disabled"]Absent Congressional or court action to extend or make permanent an existing exigent surcharge for mailing products and services, the Postal Service will be required to reduce certain prices on Sunday, April 10, 2016. First class postage for a forever stamp is going down to $ .47.
[dt_fancy_title title="Pressure Sealed Postcards" title_align="left" title_size="h3" title_color="title" separator_style="disabled"]DOC has just acquired equipment to process Pressure Seal Postcards. Now you can reduce postage costs by up to 40% as compared to typical envelope mail.
[dt_fancy_title title="USPS NEWS!" title_align="left" title_size="h3" title_color="title" separator_style="disabled"]Just when you thought there would be no changes, the USPS is proposing changes to First Class rates and Certified Mail rates and services. These changes will go into effect April 26, 2015 if approved. Stay tuned for more updates as we learn more about the proposed changes.
AutoMail®, LLC continues to expand our product capabilities. We now offer interfaces with 2 of the major banking software online providers. Jack Henry and FiServ Banks can now redesign their statements with AutoDocs™ and load these new statements into their online banking interface for electronic presentment. In the past statement redesign only affected customers receiving paper statements. With these new interfaces customers receiving electronic statements can now have access to a new modern statement.