Mailing & Fulfillment

Direct Marketing, Delivered.

Despite our daily reliance on email, direct mail has remained a vital component of any great marketing campaign. While our world grows more digital each day, the constant bombardment of online messaging creates a unique opportunity for organizations to reach people with something different––something they can see and feel.

From catalogs to offers, the mailbox has remained a powerful point of connection between consumers and brands big and small. At OneTouchPoint, we’ve created a streamlined message delivery system combining eye-catching innovative creative work with flawless execution for budgets of any size. 

Comprehensive mailing services

  • Data, List and Lead Management
  • Direct Mail and Variable Data Applications
  • CASS-certify and NCOA Comparison for all data files
  • Intelligent Inserting and Barcoding
  • Addressing and Video Ink-Jetting
  • Presort Services
  • Co-Mingling Services
  • Client Site Mailroom Management

Kitting & Fulfillment Services

  • National & Global Warehousing Services
  • Custom Kitting
  • Mass, Push Roll-outs
  • Pull-through Collateral Programs
  • Pick & Pack Services
  • Literature, Samples, Parts, and Promotional Item Distribution
  • E-Commerce-Driven One-to-One Fulfillment

How direct marketing makes a difference

It drives

  • 40% of consumers try new businesses after receiving direct mail.
  • Young adults 24 years and younger are among the most direct mail responsive.
  • 92% of young shoppers say they prefer direct mail for making purchasing decisions.

It builds relationships

  • 70% of Americans say mail is more personal than the Internet.
  • 56% of customers find print marketing to be the most trustworthy type of marketing.
  • Over half of U.S. and Canadian respondents like getting mail from brands about new products.

It delivers bottom-line results

  • U.S. advertisers spend $167 per person on direct mail to earn $2,095 worth of goods sold; a 1,300% return.
  • Some marketers, such as retailers, are seeing dramatically higher response to their direct mail than in the 1980s.
  • On average, direct mail advertising gives a business a 13 to 1 return on investment.