Essays on Analysis of USPs Business Model Case Study

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The paper “ Analysis of USP’ s Business Model” is a forceful example of the business case study. United States Postal Services (USPS) is an independent company in the United States providing postal services to the country (Architect, 2012). It is a government agency that is directly authorized by the constitution (United States Constitution). It is currently employing more than 574,000 workers. It is legally permitted to render service to all Americans without considering their geographical location. The company is well known for its quality services along with the uniform price.

The agency has an access to the letterboxes which are marked as the ‘ US Mail’ and also to the personal letterboxes in the country. Services OfferedThe United States Postal Services offer a wide range of services. It has bulk mail procedures available which provide discounts to the customers. It provides personal mails to the customers. The company also provides inter-departmental details regarding the UALR mails. It provides the services of campus delivery of the mails and state courier services. It provides media mail services to the customers as well. There are some other facilities provided to the customers as the business relies on mails, postal money order services, etc. Current Position of the CompanyUnited States Postal Services is responsible for providing employment to a large number of people in the United States.

After the federal government and Walmart, United States Postal Services is the third-largest company in respect of providing employment (Bovard, 1985). It operates the largest number of vehicles in the whole world and is known as the largest vehicle fleet. The Department of Defence jointly operates with the United States Postal Services to provide services to the Army and Air Forces (the Army Postal Services) and the Navy (the Fleet Post Services).

The two big competitors of USPS are UPS and FedEx. They compete with the company in providing postage delivery services, making urgent deliveries on the domestic land. DHL Express was the third-largest competitor of USPS until it stopped its operations in the United States in the year 2009.

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