Seminar: Learn New Procedures to Protect Your Mail Center
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD Conn., Nov. 5 - Pitney Bowes Inc the leader in global mailing technology today announced its co-sponsorship of the Emergency Mail Ops Seminar to be held November 16, 2001 at the AMA Conference Center in Washington, DC. The seminar is sponsored in conjunction with Postal World, the leading independent source of news and guidance for mail operations professionals. The seminar will deliver timely practices and procedures to help mail center managers make smart decisions in the challenging days and weeks ahead.
"Pitney Bowes is taking all of the necessary procedures to educate our customers and the general public about the importance of mail center security,'' says Tim Bates, Pitney Bowes Vice President Marketing, Global Mailing Systems. "It is our duty as leaders in the industry to ensure that our customers learn how they can better secure their mail through metering technology and incoming tracking solutions -- ensuring a high level of security. Customers need to learn how to identify a suspicious package or letter before they open their mail.''
The seminar, targeted for mail operations managers, directors and executives, is a one day educational seminar that will cover new technology solutions, best practices from leading mail center mangers, incoming and outgoing mail procedures, proven strategies and much, much more. Participants will learn from some of the nations leading experts, from the United States Postal Service, Pitney Bowes, Marriott International, Government Services International, Apex Environmental, along with many more knowledgeable people in the mail management field.
* Topics will include -
* Ten Steps to take the moment Anthrax is suspected
* The "magic words'' to say if an employee shows flu-like symptoms
* How to sort out the snake oil from solutions that really protect your staff
* A sneak peek at new technology being rushed to market
* When to test your facility/Who to hire/What to test/At what cost?
* How to avoid panic and calm fears -- solid advice from a leading psychologist
* New audit procedures you should follow to ensure the safety of your staff
* Nine steps to developing a disaster recovery plan
* Four specific requests you should make of your organization's top executives
* Alternative strategies when mail delivery is halted
To register, call 1-800-260-1545 or go to http://www.pitneybowes.com and click on "mail security''.
WhatTheyThink is the global printing industry's leading independent media organization with both print and digital offerings, including WhatTheyThink.com, PrintingNews.com and WhatTheyThink magazine versioned with a Printing News and Wide-Format & Signage edition. Our mission is to provide cogent news and analysis about trends, technologies, operations, and events in all the markets that comprise today’s printing and sign industries including commercial, in-plant, mailing, finishing, sign, display, textile, industrial, finishing, labels, packaging, marketing technology, software and workflow.