BCC Software Mail Manager 2010 Improves Performance For Printers
Press release from the issuing company
Rochester, NY- - BCC Software, the leading developer of high performance software and solutions for professional mailers, offers its flagship product, Mail Manager 2010 to printers. This mail management software system allows medium to large printers to optimize postal presorts, utilize streamlined database maintenance functions, experience a reduction in mailroom production costs, and enjoy the benefits that come from improved deliverability of mailpieces.
Mail Manager 2010’s powerful features include multi-threaded background processing, address encoding, expression building, web updates, multi-print capability, and packaging or moving lists. These powerful capabilities put more control and flexibility into mailroom operation, allowing users to minimize effort and maximize equipment usage and production.
“Mail Manager is designed to allow mailers to do more for less with greater flexibility and ease of use,” said Ted Seward, Vice President of Marketing at BCC Software, Inc.
Several premium options are available for Mail Manager 2010, including TaskMaster, Delivery Point Validation, and Package Services?. Mail Manager 2010 supports all Windows-compatible printer and most non-Windows printers as well.
Mail Manager 2010 is PAVE Gold and CASS certified, and BCC Software Inc. is licensed to provide the mailing industry with an interface to the United States Postal Service FASTforward? program for mailing list correction.
Purchase price is $3,500, including one year of BCC's nationally recognized toll-free telephone support, all software updates (six mandatory bi-monthly CDs; other downloads available via Web site) and a comprehensive User Guide.
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