Chad Skelton at Oce Direct Mail Summit
Published on April 24, 2012
I’m Chad Skelton from Oce North America, A Canon Group Company. I am the Segment Manager for the Corporate Enterprise Group, which does transactional and direct mail printing.
Today, we have our Oce Direct Mail Summit; it’s an extension of our Presco Program which is business development focus for our customers. With this event, we’re educating our customers on how to take advantage of changes in demographics, how to leverage high-speed inkjet solutions, and how to adapt to changes in the U.S. Postal Services. We at Oce recognize the need to keep our customers informed of changes in the print industry and help them grow their business. So we invest 10 percent of our marketing budget into the Oce Presco Program and that’s an investment into our customer’s future.
Oce also recently launched our Inkjet Client Development Program focusing on the customer again. This program includes analysis and review of hardware and workflow needs, operator training, it even includes some on ramping of jobs to help our customers begin migrating jobs to the Oce platform, printing and generating revenue.
Now, Oce’s number one core value is customers first and the Inkjet Client Development Program and our Presco Business Development Program are a reflection of Oce’s attitude that we put our customers first.
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