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BCC Software to hold open house October 28

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, NY — BCC Software, a BÖWE BELL + HOWELL company and a leading developer of high-performance postal and data quality technology solutions that optimize client communications, will hold an Open House this month at its national headquarters in Rochester, NY. The free event – scheduled from 3 until 6pm ET on Thursday, October 28 – is open to all print-to-mail professionals interested in sharing their thoughts on the latest mailing news and issues, and who would like to learn more about BCC’s operations, solutions, and perspectives on the “future of postal.”

Based in Rochester since 1993, BCC Software has enjoyed steady growth in the highly competitive national postal technology industry thanks to an unrivaled commitment to innovation, thought leadership, and customer service and support. BCC solutions assist printers and mailers in a wide variety of industry environments – service bureaus, finance and insurance, colleges and universities, and utility providers, among other market segments.

The schedule of events for the BCC Open House is as follows:
- 3pm ET – Registration; mix and mingle with peers and BCC staff; guided facility tours
- 4pm – Presentation: “The Future of Postal,” by BCC President Chris Lien
- 4:30pm – Industry roundtables on Intelligent Mail and Postal Issues, Mailing Technology Applications, and Address and Data Quality

“BCC Software is committed to awareness and advocacy at the highest levels of the postal industry, but listening to the market doesn’t stop at attending executive conferences and regular meetings with the Postmaster General,” says Lien, BCC President. “We’re always excited to be able to sit down with postal professionals and hear their essential views on exactly what it means to be involved in mail today.”

 

 

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