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Enterprise Payment System (EPS) & Seamless Acceptance

Enterprise Payment System (EPS): Getting Started & Signed Up

Enterprise Payment System (EPS) is the new payment platform of the USPS. The new EPS system at the USPS provides enhanced security features, centralized balance, account management, and self-service customer experience.  Staff will be on hand to assist in setting up your new EPS account. Please bring your CRID, Business Customer Gateway Log in and Photo ID.  EPS replaces CAPS, which will no longer be used by mid-2019. 

 

Seamless Acceptance vs. Full Service:  What you need to know.

Seamless Acceptance allows for more information and control on your mailings at the USPS. Benefits of participating in the program are a standardized acceptance and verification process, longer mail production cycles, more flexibility on the release and payment of mail, and improved feedback and communication on each specific mailing. While there are many rewards for implementing Seamless Acceptance, the program is not for all mailers. To decide if Seamless Acceptance is for you, please join us for this important program to understand the ins and outs of this service from the USPS. 

 

Event Details

Event Name: Enterprise Payment System (EPS) & Seamless Acceptance
Show Event Date: February 21, 2019
Individual Registration Rate: 18.00
Show Total Registrator: 6
Start Date: January 14, 2019
End Date: February 21, 2019
Address: 433 W Harrison St., Chicago, IL 60699

Speakers

  • Roshonda Jackson

    Ms. Jackson is a Mail Entry and Payment Technology (MEPT) Business Analyst form the USPS Headquarters.

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