Imagitas Signs 10 year Contract with US Postal Service

Imagitas Inc. issued the following press release:

WALTHAM, Mass — Imagitas Inc. and the United States Postal Service (USPS) have completed a 10-year renewal of their successful MoverSource Alliance, a partnership built around a set of products that helps approximately 44 million U.S. residents with the change of address process each year.

Pat Donahue, Postmaster General of the USPS, commented on the contract saying, “We are very pleased with the success of MoverSource and expect it to continue to provide excellent service value to our moving customers for many years to come.”

The MoverSource program includes The Mover’s Guide, MoversGuide Online, and The Welcome Kit. The Mover’s Guide program combines the official USPS Change of Address form with information kits that provide helpful savings for moving-related products and services. MoversGuide Online helps people process a Change of Address and access moving information and coupons online at The Welcome Kit, mailed to the mover’s new home, contains an official confirmation of mail forwarding along with local information such as how to register to vote, the names of local officials, as well as national and local savings offers.

“The recently signed MoverSource contract between USPS and Imagitas is a perfect example of the type of public-private partnership that creates jobs and raises revenue while requiring little, if any, government investment,” said Congressman Stephen Lynch, former Chairman of Congressional Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service, and the District of Columbia during the 111th Congress. “I commend both parties on their commitment to saving costs and providing superior customer service by maintaining the MoverSource program.”

“We are pleased with the opportunity this agreement gives us to create jobs and grow our business in Massachusetts,” said Ted Stimpson, CEO of Imagitas. “This new beginning for our company will stimulate exciting new innovations and opportunties. Moving is never easy, but the MoverSource products ease the burden by providing cost savings when you need it most.”

Prior to the MoverSource Alliance, the USPS spent millions of dollars executing the Change of Address program. Under the MoverSource agreement direct costs of providing the Change of Address program are absorbed by the Alliance and revenues from advertising are shared between the USPS and Imagitas. Since inception of the MoverSource Alliance, the USPS has received more than $300 million in revenue.

Imagitas is hosting a celebratory event on January 19th at the State Room in downtown Boston at 6 pm. The media is welcome to attend the remarks portion of the program at approximately 6:15 pm.

About Imagitas:
Imagitas, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes, employs over 100 Massachusetts residents and is based in Waltham, MA. has named Imagitas one of the Best 100 Places to Work in Massachusetts for the last two years running. Imagitas forms strategic partnerships with government and non profit organizations to improve agency communications while bringing tangible customer value. Imagitas owns and operates bringing savings offers and valuable information to movers.

One thought on “Imagitas Signs 10 year Contract with US Postal Service

  1. Great, the USPS is complaining about losing so much money and then sign a contract with this company for 10 years. Is the terms of the contract available for viewing? When a person comes in and wants a change of address form they get a “packet” of coupons along with the COA. The real expense comes in when at the end of each quarter, all of the packets not used have to be thrown away because the coupons inside are dated. Even the COA forms inside have to be thrown away even though nothing changes from one print to the next except the date at the bottom of the form. How much money is the Post Office wasting each quarter? How much garbage is the USPS creating each quarter with the tossed packets? I thought the USPS was supposed to be so “Green” and trying to find ways to save money. Are there personal connections between the people of both companies?

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