March 20, 2019 | Kopytek
While it might seem like a prank for April Fools’ Day, it is not a joke that the United States Postal System (USPS) is overhauling the way businesses utilize their electronic postage payment system on April 1st. In the past, the post office used a Centralized Account Processing System (CAPS) that let businesses pay for postage using a central account rather than writing a check or paying cash for postage. As of April 1st, all businesses that used CAPS will have to migrate over to the newly launched Enterprise Payment System (EPS). This new system gives customers more options by allowing them to purchase and pay for their postal services and products through a single account known as EPA or the Enterprise Payment Account. In addition to using a single account, customers will still be able to manage their other USPS business needs.
The new USPS Enterprise Payment System offers multiple benefits to customers:
The deadline to migrate from USPS CAPS to EPS is April 1st. The process is easy whether you are creating a new account or you are a current CAPS customer.
Follow these steps to use the new USPS EPS system!
Contact us today with any questions or concerns you have regarding the new Enterprise Payment System.
Call Us for More Information at 314-432-2700
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