Are you a healthcare provider or business that is required to send private medical information to patients? Direct mail seems like an easy method until you stop to consider HIPAA rules. It’s your job to be aware of HIPAA exceptions… Read More
Your insurance company prints large volumes of policyholder documents over the course of a single month. For example, you may print and mail insurance notices, policy terms at renewals and more. As is the case with many other insurance companies,… Read More
Today’s technology enables businesses to process data at alarming speeds. However, the same technology makes businesses and their customers more vulnerable to data leaks. At Electronic Output Solutions (EOS), we combine modern technology with tested and proven production processes to… Read More
The recent decision of the Postal Regulatory Commission to increase postal rates by 4.3% to make up for recessionary losses—on top of a 1.7% inflationary spike—has been lambasted by direct mail organizations. But should we be sounding the death knell for direct… Read More
EOS is expanding our digital printing fleet by adding our second Xerox Igen4. This will be EOS’s ninth digital production print device placed into production. This expands our total print capacity to over 1 million images per day. As part… Read More
EOS executes a new building lease in Coppell Texas in order to extend our production processing capabilities. EOS and it’s clients will now enjoy the following benefits: Faster travel times of both 1st class and standard class mail Diaster recover… Read More
EOS names Guy Plouffe as Executive Vice President. Guy will be tasked with extending our service offering to the Fortune 500 companies located between San Diego California and Dallas Texas.
EOS installs Pitney Bowes FX10 intelligent flowmaster. This inserter can intelligently insert up to 80 pages of 20lb bond into a 10×13 envelope. This inserter has also added increased capacity for EOS at a rate of 12,000 envelopes per hour…. Read More
PRG Denies Postal Service Exigent Rate Request Decision is Unanimous Washington, DC – The Postal Regulatory Commission today issued Order No. 547 in Docket R2010-4 denying a Postal Service request for an average 5.6 percent rate increase. The Commission found that the Postal Service failed to justiff rate increases in excess of its statutory CPI price cap. “The Commission finds that the Postal Service has shown the recent recession to be an exigent circumstance but it has failed both to quantifo the impact of the recession on its finances… Read More
EOS has selected K2 systems for in-house UV coating. In-house UV coating offers the customers quick turn-arounds and more cost effective processing.