Mail Processing Automation
Parascript helps high-volume mailers, postal operators, major corporations and government agencies (including the United States Postal Service) to streamline and automate the sortation of the full mail stream, including letters, flats, parcels, forwarded mail, business reply mail, and bundles. Parascript also enables companies to significantly improve the speed and accuracy of their mail processing and reduce data entry costs with InMailRouter®. It automatically reads and sorts all types of incoming mail, helping facilities that range from high-volume postal mail processing centers to mail rooms of large corporate organizations significantly reduce inefficient, labor-intensive mail flow.
MAIL & POST PROCESSING AUTOMATION
Automatically locates and reads machine printed and handwritten addresses on letters, flats and parcels.
Supports vote-by-mail applications by processing ballots and verifying signature authenticity.
Recognizes data in all fields for virtually any type of form to automate services such as change of address requests, forwarded mail and Business Reply Mail.
Inbound and Outbound Mail Sorting
Enables postal discounts by finalizing outbound mail and automating incoming mail sorting and interoffice mail.
Automatically detects and verifies indicia on envelope images to eliminate postage revenue losses.
Turning Envelope Data into Actionable Information
The postal sector has been highly innovative in utilizing advanced automation technology to increase efficiencies and decrease costs. Automation has enabled advancements in the types of mail that can now be sorted, including letters, flats and parcels of any size and with higher accuracy. It applies advanced algorithms to intelligently analyze capture data and convert it into actionable information.
Looking Beyond the Envelope
Mail volumes continue to decline due to increased competition from the digital world, globalization, deregulation, and evolving customer behaviors. However, OCR technology continues to progress. Newer advancements enable automation of new mail formats, improved address recognition, and indicia validation.