Do you sell my data?

ABSOLUTELY NOT. I never have, and never will sell or use customer provided data for any other purpose other than mailing your letters, postcards, newsletters or flyers to it. Data is stored on an air-gapped, encrypted storage device, behind a … Read More

Automation of mail house processes

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Picture this: Walking into a production room and saying, “Ok, let’s start a mail out.” Lights switch on, machines switch on, servers and computers boot, software looks for a database and begins processing it, a digital job folder is created, … Read More

12,000 Pages Per Hour Production Upgrade

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Earlier this year I upgraded our digital laser monochrome production to facilitate quicker turnaround times, complement and enhance our current mail house services for my customers. Previously our capacity was limited to 2,000 pages per hour, single sided at 1200dpi. … Read More

Markis protecting your data

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If large corporate companies like Marriot, Google, Yahoo, Equifax, eBay, JP Morgan Chase and so on cannot prevent data theft and hacking attempts, what chance does a small company like ours have? In November 2018, Markis took all customer data … Read More

Unmatched Addresses

During the DPID barcoding process, we take your database and match it against Australia Post’s PAF (Postage Address File) of over 18 million unique delivery points. This helps ensure the address details in your database does exist and is actually … Read More

Unsolicited advertising material (junk mail)

We rarely send unsolicited or junk mail (>1%). We work with businesses, charities and other organisations who distribute newsletters, information and offers to their customer base; that is consumers who have already elected to receive such communication. Businesses need our … Read More

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