With the digitization of Certified Mail, the legal and recovery processes can be expedited because you have easy access to information.
Author: Dylan Purse, VP Product Management | GrayHair Software
Certified Mail® is a Postal Service™ ancillary service that gives mailers an official receipt that provides proof that the item was mailed. Most mailers see green when they think about Certified Mail. I don’t mean green with envy; I’m talking about the green in the receipts: PS Form 3800 (Certified Mail Receipt) and PS Form 3811 (Domestic Return Receipt).
One problem with Certified Mail is that it’s cumbersome. There are many manual steps and executing them at any scale is challenging. You have to fill out each form, properly place the barcoded sticker on the envelope in a specific way, and then collect and store the forms when they come back. You have to manage and store all those documents for each piece of Certified Mail because you’ll need the ability to access and retrieve those documents when needed, sometimes years later in the process.
Managing this process for a single envelope can be challenging and managing it at any type of scale, especially at an enterprise level involves multiple batches of these documents