Send and track checks, letters, and postcards via physical mail, 100% natively from Salesforce - powered by Lob.
Send physical mail just like e-mail, natively from Salesforce. Achieve scale for labor-intensive, complex, and expensive processes with built-in automation.
Issue payments with secure, customized checks that reinforce your brand. In addition to a logo and memo, you can include instructions, invoice information, and more.
Real-time intelligent tracking, at no additional cost. Send automatic notifications or trigger any business logic based on tracking updates and own the customer experience.
Print requests are automatically routed through Lob’s vast network of vetted printers around the world, so physical mail gets to its destination faster than ever.
Your letters are sent quickly, securely, and accurately. Lob offers HIPAA compliance from production to delivery, ensuring each document is for the intended recipient's eyes only.
A wide variety of tools help developers and admins setup, customize and manage our solution easily. REST APIs, invocable APEX classes, a Settings page and many more.
We deliver robust automation and scale for anything with a stamp. The result? A more timely, relevant, and personal customer experience that's fully automated and trackable.
Send personalized welcome letters to performant collections, account statements, claims notices or any custom document securely.
Send customized postcards based on specific actions your customers take or events you define. On demand, no batching required.
Send refunds, rebates, payroll, or other payments on a one-time or regular basis with accurate, secure, and branded checks.
We’ve implemented all of Lob’s Print & Mail APIs natively in Salesforce, built more on top of them, and made them available via the AppExchange in a user and developer-friendly package.
Our products only require a Salesforce Platform license, and integrate via metadata magic with the rest of the Salesforce clouds and AppExchange solutions out of the box.
Have questions about sending physical mail from Salesforce, or just want to learn more about how to ditch the old mail room? We'd love to chat!