Endicia is an online postage printing software system which is becoming increasingly popular. In this article I will review the various pricing programs available, the advantages and disadvantages of using the software.
Endicia is based in Palo Alto, CA and prints more than $10 billion in postage annually. Founded in 1982 by Harry Whitehouse, Amine Khechfé, and Scott Montgomery, through a company called PSI. PSI worked on helping the USPS implement programs that would reduce costs for some of the tasks of the post office. Through many years of innovation with the USPS and a rebranding as Endicia, grew the Endicia Internet Postage system. Eventually Endicia was purchased by Newell Rubbermaid in 2007 which helped expand the company globally. In 2010 Endicia was renamed Dymo Endicia and in 2013 renamed again as Endicia. Below I have listed the pricing programs that Endicia has available.