More NewsUS Postal Service Chooses Weiland’s Outsourced Solution

US Postal Service Chooses Weiland's Outsourced Solution

The Weiland Financial Group’s (WFG) BRMEdge outsourced solution has been chosen as the bank-fee monitoring system for the United States Postal Service (USPS). The solution is required to track bank fees from approximately 37,000 postal installations and many bank accounts across the US. In fiscal year 2006, USPS paid approximately US$30m to process cash and checks. The solution will be implemented, managed, and maintained by WFG. Billing errors are identified for field deposits, payroll-controlled disbursement, and lockbox. Using the solution, USPS financial analysts across the US can download user-friendly reports with information organized around USPS’s structure, as well as the bank, account, and service level. Reports are available online and come in several common formats.

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