Direct Mail for iPhone v1.2 Released

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Direct Mail for iPhone v1.2 Released

After the launch of CSG Direct Mail for iPhone in April we received a lot of feedback about the features you crave most.  So we went back to the data lab and built them!! Pivoting around our US Mail Tracking datasets some really robust features were born.

iPhone      Customer Lookup

With the release of Version 1.2 we have added CUSTOMER LOOKUP.

This is a very unique feature where you can look up your own customers based on your own inhouse account numbers or player id’s.

Once you have found the client you are looking for you can see instantly which mailings you have sent him in the last 90 days.

Then select one of those mailings and you will see the actual piece tracking from our tracking system.

We display the dates times and locations of every time the US Postal Service processed your mailpiece anywhere in the country.

US Mail Tracking    Map

This is direct live feedback about the path that individual mailpiece took to get to your client with dates and times from each stop along the way.

I have never been so excited about ANY postal related service I have ever seen created in 20 years.

This is the evolution of mail.

Look Smart, be in control and have all your direct mail information at your fingertips. You are now prepared for those crazy questions you know you are going to be asked.

How many times have you been in a meeting and someone told you that somebody didn’t receive their mailpiece?   Plenty!

Now you can look them up without getting up.Direct Mail for  iPhone

This tool answers all those common daily questions you have never had answers to before.

Find CSG DIRECT MAIL in the iPhone app store and we have Android and Palm mobile versions as well.  Best of all, it’s free to our customers.

Consider switching to CSG Direct today, The Greatest Value in Direct Mail

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