dap Postal News

March 21, 2013

2013 Free Postal Webinar Series

decision analysis partners is proud to announce our upcoming 2013 free postal webinar series. Each webinar is 45 minutes in length + 15 min Q&A. Sign up to the left to receive announcements by email.
March 15, 2013

Evaluating and Implementing Delivery Sequencing

Evaluating and Implementing Delivery Sequencing was the third webinar in our series of free 2013 postal webinars presented on April 18, 2013 /10:30 AM EST.  You will find […]
March 1, 2013

The Adaptable Post Concept

The Adaptable Post Concept webinar was presented February 28, 2013 at 1:00 PM EST.  You can find the 35 minute presentation recording here and the slides here. We are […]
February 28, 2013

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.)
February 24, 2013

How is the convergence of etailing and retailing affecting postal operators?

In her recent post on Quartz, Gina Chon argues that Amazon should just buy RadioShack.  Chon postulates that ” instead of setting up lockers at various random locations, […]
August 28, 2012

dap wins study to evaluate Private Public Partnership models

decision analysis partners won a project to document prevailing Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) models, and to draw lessons learned from successful PPP implementations so as to develop guiding […]
August 28, 2012

decision analysis partners at PostExpo 2012

decision analysis partners is proud to present insightful and innovative concepts at three PostExpo sessions: Day 2 (19 september) – 09:30 – The Adaptable Post – Dr […]
August 17, 2012

dap wins hybrid mail project

decision analysis partners was awarded a project by an undisclosed client to provide a feasibility assessment of USPS’s current hybrid mail products and the potential consequences […]