Corvallis, Ore., June 8, 2012 – Oregon State University Printing and Mailing Services is excited to announce that Megan Falk, a member of the team’s mailing specialists, has been certified by the United States Postal Service as a Mailpiece Design Professional (MDP).
As a certified MDP, Megan is available to assist customers in resolving potential problems related to barcode quality and placement, mailpiece dimensions and overall mailing quality, in addition to other issues. Guidance from the mailing specialists at Printing and Mailing Services helps steer customers down the correct path of developing mailpieces that will be accepted by the USPS and be as cost effective as possible.
The USPS MDP program gives participants in-depth knowledge of how to design letter-size and flat-size mailpieces that can easily be processed on the USPS high-speed automation equipment. In addition, their skills help maximize cost effectiveness and reducing processing delays. The curriculum includes postal addressing standards, class of mail and processing categories, Intelligent Mail barcoding formats and print specifications and designing automation letters and reply mail.
“As a certified Mailpiece Design Professional, Megan is able to assist our customers in leveraging every opportunity to better manage their mailing projects,” says John McMillen, Customer Service Manager of Printing and Mailing Services. “Our investment in this training for team members ensures that the OSU community is receiving the information, guidance and assistance they need, especially in regards to specific mailpiece characteristics and acceptable standards. We take pride in our customer support and look to help our associates become experts and a resource on campus in critical elements such as this.”
For more information, contact Printing and Mailing Services at 541-737-4941, drop them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply stop by the office at 100 Cascade Hall.