DATAMATX Accepts Mail Technology Award at the 2015 National Postal Forum
ATLANTA—May 27, 2015—DATAMATX, a national outsourcing provider and leader in the distribution of critical business communications and payment services, announced it was awarded The Mail Technology Award on May 18, at the National Postal Forum event in Anaheim, California, the nation’s largest annual mailing and shipping conference. The 74th Postmaster General of the United States Postal Service (USPS) Megan Brennan, along with the senior leadership team, presented DATAMATX the award during the ceremony.
The USPS annually awards companies for implementing best practices in two categories: Mail Innovation and Mail Technology. The USPS recognized DATAMATX for taking proactive steps to invest and deploy new technologies and processes that maximize efficiencies in the mail value chain. DATAMATX continues to invest in the technology required to provide automated mailing services that ensure the highest of accuracy in mail preparation and delivery at the most competitive postal rates.
“We’re extremely excited and honored to receive this highly prestigious award from the U.S. Postal Service this year at the National Postal Forum, the premier annual event in our industry," commented Scott Stephens, COO of DATAMATX. "It’s our entire team at DATAMATX that deserves this award. It’s their unending efforts each day that helps differentiate us as a top-tier quality service provider in our industry."
Founded in 1976 and headquartered in Atlanta, DATAMATX is one of the nation’s largest privately held, full-service providers of first-class print, mail, and electronic document distribution. With redundant processing facilities located in Atlanta, Phoenix, and Richmond, Virginia, DATAMATX processes and distributes over 400,000 business-critical documents daily for over 200 national corporate customers. DATAMATX offers additional services including document personalization, redesign and composition, Internet application solutions, online archiving, and EBPP solutions.