Combating Postal Revenue Leakage

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Combating Postal Revenue Leakage

As new technology solutions emerge, protection from leakage can be better integrated into business processes in order to deter theft. The webinar will discuss practices that can be applied in various environments across postal organizations, and across evidencing channels (bulk-permit, bulk-meter, retail, online postage, etc.)

decision analysis partners presented the second of our series of free 2013 postal webinars on Combating Postal Revenue Leakage March 21, 2013 at 1:00 PM EST. You may check the 35-minute recording HERE and the slides HERE.

Advanced and emerging postal organizations are increasingly vulnerable to various forms of revenue leakage,including no payment, underpayment, counterfeited evidencing. Postal revenue leakage in Europe alone is estimated at over $1.0 billion annually. The question often asked is whether the cost of protection will justify the returns. As new technology solutions emerge, protection from leakage can be better integrated into business processes in order to deter theft. The webinar will discuss practices that can be applied in various environments across postal organizations, and across evidencing channels (bulk-permit, bulk-meter, retail, online postage, etc.)

Presenter:

  • Mr. Jean Philippe Ducasse, who created and chaired the UPU Postal Revenue Protection Consultative Committee Working Group, will lead the webinar. Mr. Ducasse has facilitated workshops on this subject with about fifty postal administrations.
  • Mr. Chris Paterson, noted economist and director, Diversified Specifics Pty Ltd. Chris specializes in Postal and Delivery Economics and has worked on Australia Post’ revenue leakage problems.

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