Digitizing mail is a solution for your entire company– not just your mailroom.


Digitizing your inbound physical mail revolutionizes your business, driving huge savings and productivity in every corner of your organization.

Executives. Operations. Compliance. Mailroom. Even marketing. Everybody benefits when inbound mail goes digital.

Decrease Costs

Digitizing inbound mail delivers hard-dollar savings of $1 or more – per piece.

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Optimize efficiency.

More than a cost-saving tactic – a strategic decision that makes every aspect of your business run better.

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Controls & Transparency

One document. Unlimited authorized viewers. Automated audit trails.

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Increase responsiveness

Reduce customer response times from
days to hours.

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Seamless integration

Eco-Mail doesn’t change your departmental workflows – it integrates with them.

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Security & privacy

Improve your document and operational security, company-wide.

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Flexible & scalable.

One office or one thousand, Eco-mail works the way you work.

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Incoming paper mail is slowing down your company, probably more than you think.
Here’s why:

Physical mail is still a burden for your organization – and it isn’t going away anytime soon.

According to the US Postal Service, 27,000,000,000 pieces of paper B2B mail were delivered in 2016. All that mail represents millions of streamlining opportunities. And, depending on your company’s size, many thousands to millions of dollars of bottom-line savings.


Paper mail isn’t personal anymore. But you still receive a lot of transactional mail.

80% of the mail your organization receives is transactional, not social. It requires action from operational workgroups. By digitizing inbound mail at its point of entry, everything moves faster, with more control, at lower cost. And Eco-mail seamlessly integrates with your existing workflows, enterprise-wide.


Conventional email can’t solve
the physical mail dilemma.

Why not solve the problem by sending scans through your regular email? Because group e-mails are incredibly difficult to manage and maintain controls. Eco-mail, unlike email, was specifically designed to solve this problem.