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Bell and Howell Wins DPS Magazine Top 30 Readers’ Choice Award

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Durham, N.C. – DPS magazine has named Bell and Howell – a leading global provider of multi-channel communications solutions for print, Web and mobile delivery – as a winner in its 2013 Top 30 Readers’ Choice Awards. The distinction recognizes companies for their popularity as selected by the magazine’s readership.

Using the magazine’s website metric system (www.dpsmagdirect.com), the publication tallies readers’ interest in companies and products throughout the year. This is done via requests made on print and Web editorial and advertisements as seen in the magazine, as well as on the website or in DPS’ weekly e-newsletter.

Bell and Howell was recognized for overall reader interest, as well as its featured products: BH™ Mobile Mail, Criterion Apex® DM sorter, and JETVision® Quest.

“The Top 30 Readers’ Choice Awards identify some of the most innovative vendors in the industry,” said Tom Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief/Publisher, DPS magazine.

“Bell and Howell is known worldwide for its solutions and services for creating and managing high-impact customer communications,” said Mike Maselli, Vice President, Management and Messaging Software Solutions. “It’s very gratifying to know that our products and services continue to be in high demand.”

DPS (Digital Publishing Solutions) magazine, published by Rockport Custom Publishing, is the only publication focused on managing the digital document from creation and capture to final output and delivery. The magazine’s editorial focuses on the transition from analog to digital printing, specifically targeting print-for-pays, in-plant and reprographic houses as well as the corporate enterprise. 

The 2013 Top 30 Readers’ Choice Awards winners were released in DPS magazine’s November/December issue distributed electronically and via hard copy on Nov. 19.


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