WorksRight Gains USPS Certification, Launches New Product
March 4, 2008 Alex Woodie
Organizations that use WorksRight Software‘s i5/OS-based address verification software, called PER/ZIP4, can rest easy knowing their software supports the U.S. Postal Service’s latest Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) processing requirement, known as Zip+4. The Mississippi company also launched a new product called HyPER/Sort that PER/ZIP4 customers can use to prepare their USPS documentation.
WorksRight develops geocoding and address verification software that organizations with large bulk-mailing operations can use to ensure they qualify for the lowest possible rates from the U.S. and Canadian Postal Services. The company’s flagship product, PER/ZIP4, matches addresses to the national ZIP + 4 postal database to ensure that mailing information is correct and free of common mistakes in spelling and formats.
In November, WorksRight announced that it has been recertified for CASS processing by the USPS. The certification is good through 2009. Subscriptions for PER/ZIP4 run $4,500 for unlimited use on a single System i machine.
In late February, WorksRight announced the launch of HyPER/Sort, a new product based on its existing PER/Sort product.
HyPER/SORT is used to sort mailing files into the correct sequence and to produce the mailing documentation required to obtain postage discounts under the USPS’s Presort Accuracy Validation and Evaluation (PAVE) program for ISVs like WorksRight.
WorksRight says HyPER/Sort features a graphical interface, and supports first-class, standard, and periodicals mailings; palletized and nonpalletized mailings; identical piece and nonidentical piece mailings; destination delivery unit (DDU) entry mailings; and DDU postage discounts where applicable.
HyPER/SORT is available now. Free 30-day trial licenses can be obtained at www.worksright.com.