• Customers Advised to Update Postage Machines By Dec. 24 Before USPS Rate Increase

    Tue, 12/06/2011

    The United States Postal Service has announced it will implement postage price increases on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012. The rate change will impact competitive and market-dominant products and will include a one-cent increase to the price of mailing a one-ounce letter by First Class Mail, and a three-cent increase to the price of mailing a postcard. As a result, customers using postage systems provided by Priority Systems will need to have their machines updated in order to provide accurate postage after the Jan. 22, 2012 price change.

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  • Priority Systems Steps Up To Support The Salvation Army’s Battle of the Bells Campaign

    Wed, 11/23/2011

    The staff at Priority Systems have a big target on their wish list this holiday season, and it’s going to involve an army to help make it happen – the Salvation Army. The Harrisburg-based company has joined the ranks of many other area businesses to support the organization’s national 2011 Battle of the Bells fundraiser and go for a top place among the list of contributors.

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  • No Wait, No Lag Makes PA Youth Foundation Feel Like a Priority

    Thu, 10/06/2011

    When Amy Nace says she’s busy, she’s not kidding. The executive assistant at the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation is a key cog in the marketing program for the non-profit and it’s up to her to ensure all of the organization’s promotional mailings and communications go out on schedule after all of the content and creative have been done. So when she runs into a situation that calls for technical support, she expects to get someone on the phone who can help her out as if they were standing right alongside her.

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  • Priority Systems Makes a House Call

    Thu, 09/29/2011

      When Priority Systems gets a call for service, the situation typically is a software issue or  some other temporary glitch that can be handled with a part and some technical expertise. But when a local healthcare system called, the issue was more environmental than anything else. Unprecedented flooding caused by  massive rain storms in September  brought Harrisburg, PA in direct contact with the Susquehanna River, as well as the central mailing operation that handled two area hospitals.

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  • Immediate Availability on the New Mach 5 Digital Color Printer

    Wed, 09/28/2011

      Harrisburg, PA – Priority Systems, Inc. has expanded its product offering of efficiency-building mailing systems with the addition of what’s being recognized as the fastest tabletop digital color printer on the market today, the Mach 5 from Rena.   Built for versatility, the Mach 5 is a cost-effective color printer that helps users build revenue and create high-quality color business communications without having to rely on traditional inkjet or high-volume offset printing.

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  • Postal Service Gives Companies More Time for IMb Implementation

    Fri, 01/21/2011

    Postal Service Relaxes Upcoming Requirements for Automation Prices Recognizing ongoing concerns about mailers’ readiness for broader adoption of the Intelligent Mail barcode (IMb®), the USPS® has decided that automation discounts for mail with POSTNET barcodes will continue to be offered beyond May 2011.Today’s announcement, made following consultation with key industry leaders, means that mailers also may continue to use the POSTNET barcode for reply mail (such as Business Reply Mail (BRM), QBRM and Permit Reply Mail) and PLANET Code® for Confirm® Service.

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