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BCC software leaders to present at 2010 National Postal Forum

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, NY - BCC Software, a BÖWE BELL + HOWELL company and a leading developer of high-performance mailing technology solutions, will promote the company's latest innovations to the postal industry at the 2010 National Postal Forum (NPF), April 11-14 at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center in Nashville, TN. BCC Booth 132 will be as essential destination for NPF attendees to learn about BCC's Mail Manager software family, as well as complementary solutions that combine to ensure top deliverability and postal economy.

Key BCC personnel will also present on the following essential industry topics as part of the show's official seminar schedule:

"Your Software Is Talking – Are You Listening?": Chris Lien, BCC Executive Vice President, will explain how to "listen" to Return Codes supplied during routine postal processing and how applying that data to mailing jobs can create dramatic results.

"Optimizing Your Presort": Bob Schimek, BCC Vice President of Software Engineering, will discuss key software adjustments that can help optimize mailing software and production environments to take full advantage of presort discounts. Attendees at this presentation will learn essential information about list-management techniques, sort parameter settings and drop-ship economics.

"Move Update Compliance and Methods: Best Values, Best Practices": Paula Stoskopf, BCC Director of Product Management, will present this session providing practical address-quality "know-how" mailers need to succeed in today's competitive mailing marketplace, including address quality tools for success and techniques designed to maximize list hygiene.

 

 

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