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BCC Software web event helps printers succeed amid postal challenges

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, NY – BCC Software, a BÖWE BELL + HOWELL company and a leading developer of postal and data-quality technology solutions that optimize client communications, will host a Web Event, Ripped From the Headlines: How Printers Can Succeed Amid Postal Challenges, Thursday, July 29 at 2pm ET. The 60-minute session will cover topics including:
- A detailed breakdown of the newly proposed USPS exigency rate increase, and how it would affect periodical mailers and other high-volume print operations
- How mail commingling and other new cross-class techniques can help printers optimize their eligible postal discounts without compromising throughput or delivery efficiency
- The value of data-enhancement services that can enable multi-channel communications, and best practices for adding those services to a traditional print-to-mail operation

The Web Event will be hosted by BCC President Chris Lien and Don Landis, Vice President of Postal Affairs at Arandell Corporation. Arandell, one of the country's leading catalog and direct-mail printing operations, has responded to the ongoing challenges in the postal market by embracing technology shifts that empower true multi-channel approaches.

During the session, Landis will discuss the changes that Arandell implemented, and how BCC's role as Arandell's technology partner was instrumental in the company's success.

"Announcements such as the recently proposed USPS rate changes are an unfortunate fact of life in the modern postal industry," Lien says. "This Web Event offers advice on how printers can respond directly to the challenges of producing high-value mailing jobs, as well as how they can look to the broader opportunity of multi-channel communications that can enhance their operations and open the door for future growth."

 

 

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