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Crawford Technologies Releases New White Paper Exploring the Emerging Global Digital Mailbox Revolution

New guide for mailers explains the digital mailbox market, how to take advantage of the savings and improve customer service

It is anticipated that billions of paperless transactional documents are set to be delivered to customers worldwide by 2015, yet today only 15% of business mail is delivered electronically. That is why now is the time for organizations to take the leap and implement digital mailbox technology – before their competitors beat them to it. The cost savings to organizations with the vision to implement digital mailbox technology now is enormous and savings will eventually reach into the tens of billions of dollars worldwide. These are two key findings in a new white paper, released today, by Crawford Technologies entitled The Future of Mail: Exploring the Digital Mailbox Revolution.

"The world is shifting away from traditional printed mail, and digital mail will soon become a foundational part of business and society," said Ernie Crawford, President of Crawford Technologies. "Smart organizations will get involved early. Those who delay getting involved run the risk of being left behind."

This new white paper is written for mailers who are struggling with how to best address the inevitable changes in the market from paper delivery to digital multi-channel delivery as they focus on meeting the needs of their customers. Digital Mailbox Services are the fastest growing segment of digital document delivery.

This new white paper explains how Digital Mailbox Services are growing very fast in countries throughout the world. Digital mailbox services in the U.S. include doxo, Manilla Volly and Zumbox. In Canada, the ePost service provides this capability. Most European countries have at least one Digital Mailbox Service and services are starting to target Asia as well.

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