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 be at Graph Expo October 3-6 at McCormick Place South in Chicago. At booth 4012 in the Mailing & Fulfillment Center, company representatives will discuss postal industry trends and BCC products and solutions with attendees.
BCC President Chris Lien, a postal industry expert and frequent featured presenter at national postal events, will give three presentations on two topics during the show:
Navigating Postal Regulations: In the theater area of BCC parent company BÖWE BELL + HOWELL’s booth, 3612 (located next to the BCC booth), Lien will give two presentations (11:30am CT Monday, October 4 and 2pm CT Tuesday, October 5) on innovative services and solutions that can help print-to-mail professionals comply with current and future regulations tied to postal discounts.
The Future of Postal: Lien will deliver a keynote address at the BCC booth at 11am CT Tuesday, October 5 on the future of the mailing industry, including upcoming changes and emerging trends of interest to printers.
“With the postal industry going through so many well-publicized changes, people have a lot of questions,” Lien says. “The future of postal is bright for printer/mailers willing to embrace the potential of technology advances such as the Intelligent Mail barcode. We’re excited to have the opportunity to talk with Graph Expo attendees, and help them find way to maximize their print-to-mail growth in the months and years to come.”
BCC representatives will be on hand to discuss these topics as well as the many mailing software, address quality and hardware solutions that have made BCC a trusted solutions provider for over 30 years. Booth visitors can also pick up a copy of BCC’s latest white paper, The IMb Roadmap: Mastering the Transition to an Intelligent Mail® Future, which describes the relative advantages of Basic and Full Service Intelligent Mail, and how that new program can unlock new areas of postal potential for smart printer/mailers.