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From the Inventors of PC Postage - The Next Big Thing in Digital Stamps!

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Stamps on Demand™ is the latest in postage technology as the app that delivers all necessary functions in the palm of your hand.  Financial transactions, account balances, and the generation of digitally-signed postage indicia are modularly integrated to combine a uniquely secure system on any computing device, i.e., computer, laptop, tablets, smartphones.

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myiStamp, Inc. is a leading innovator in digital postage technology.   We specialize in simplifying postage payment and printing into a fully integrated, secure system.  Mailing and shipping customers can conveniently manage postage payment and printing needs without requiring a persistent Internet connection.  myiStamp, Stamps on Demand and Stamps OD are trademarks of myiStamp, Inc. Stamps on Demand is patent pending.



Mr. Salim G. Kara, the original inventor of Internet postage.  Kara’s patented technology for computer-generated postage stamps revolutionized postage payment for mailers and the U.S. Postal Service and pioneered digital postage technology in use today across the mailing and shipping industry.  Kara founded E-Stamp Corporation in 1994 and became the first company to obtain approval by the U.S. Postal Service to produce electronic postage using a personal computer. E-Stamp Corp. publicly traded in 1998 with a market capitalization exceeding US $1 billion. In 2001, the technology, intellectual property and trade names of E-Stamp were sold to was acquired in October 2021 by Thoma Bravo, a leading software investment firm for approximately $6.6 billion in cash.  Salim is joined by his son, Alnoor S. Kara, Co-founder, Director, VP Engineering.

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The global postal automation system market is anticipated to reach the market valuation of $22 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 910% during the forecast period (2017-2023). 

The global Shipping Software market size is projected to reach $58 million by 2027, from $37 million in 2020, at a CAGR of 6.5% during 2021-2027.
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