GrayHair Software Attending National Postal Forum
Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
GrayHair Software, Inc., a leader in solutions for business mailers, announces its attendance at the National Postal Forum (NPF) in Orlando, Florida, from April 1 -4. In years past, GrayHair has set the bar with a constant stream of innovative services and applications including the 2011 unveiling of its cloud platform, SelectSolutions, and it has consistently set the standard for in-booth events. From the SmartCar to the 3DTV and 3D Printer to the now-famous daily in-booth giveaways of the hottest technologies, GrayHair has been the buzz of the show year after year.
At the 2012 NPF (www.npf.org), attendees can expect to see live demonstrations and presentations of the newest GrayHair offerings, which include the new SelectSolutions™ Reporting Engine, a set of interactive reports providing visual analysis of mail data; MailWatch, a dedicated mail monitoring solution and GrayHair’s Informed Visibility solution, which uses their existing services to enhance the new USPS Informed Visibility data. GrayHair Advisors, a team of mailing industry experts who provide strategic and tactical consultation on postal marketing and operations issues and the company’s newest division, will be at the GrayHair Booth to meet with attendees. Attendees will also want to check their show bags to see if they are the big winner with another GrayHair innovation – the Golden Pen. At last year’s show, the show bags contained four pens and the winners got to pick from a range of prizes or could choose to donate to a local charity.
“The National Postal Forum continues to be the leading event in the mailing world. It is a show where the leaders in the industry showcase their new innovations. You can stop by the GrayHair booth to get demonstrations of our newest ground-breaking applications. Last year, visitors to our booth enjoyed the company of some adorable puppies and, in conjunction with GrayHair, donated money to a local animal shelter. Winners of our daily drawings took home iPads, Playbooks and iMacs and, since we won’t be outdone by last year’s events, you can expect even more amazing things from our booth. If you are at the show add Booth 1313 to your list,” said Raymond Chin, VP Product Management and Marketing, GrayHair Software.
In addition to GrayHair’s Booth, multiple members of the team are presenting educational workshops at this year’s event. These include:
- Paula Stoskopf on cloud solutions with Brian Euclid, TEC Mailing, co-presenting
- Tom McCaully on marketing automation with Jay Adams, Makesbridge, co-presenting
- Raymond Chin on ACS and Move Update
- Everette Mills on USPS data
- Tom McCaully on hybrid mail with Chandra Briggman, US Postal Service, co-presenting
- Paula Stoskopf on address hygiene with Josh Evans, Lorton Data, co-presenting
- Tom McCaully on IMb uses with Mike Francis, US Department of State, co-presenting
- Angelo Anagnostopoulos on visibility data with Shariq Mirza, Assurety Consulting, co-presenting
- Paula Stoskopf facilitating IMb Roundtable
Once again, GrayHair is extremely proud to be the sponsor of the Association for Postal Commerce’s (PostCom) “Live from the NPF” Webcast. This broadcast, hosted by Gene Del Polito, President of PostCom, features industry thought leaders discussing leading events of the day from the floor of the NPF. This year’s the panel members includes industry leaders and attendees will also be asked to share their thoughts on the NPF, sessions, vendors and presenters. Broadcasts are scheduled for Monday, April 2, and Tuesday, April 3, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Watch them live at www.grayhairsoftware.com. If you are attending the NPF, go to GrayHair’s Booth, #1313, or PostCom’s Booth, #2 in the Mailing Industry Resources Pavilion, to find out more information on the event.
For more information about GrayHair and its products, contact Bobby Tiedeken by phone at (856)924 2253 or by email at email@example.com.
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