College & University Seminars

The following seminars will be presented at MAILCOM ’18, April 9-11, 2018 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia:


College & University Roundtable


Come join this panel of industry veterans as they share with you their secrets for saving money and improving departmental services. Learn how the communications you provide to your campus community is critical to your department s success and see the benefits of developing and establishing training seminars & workshops for your customers. Moderated by Betsy Shortell, Harvard University

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 – Round Nine, 1:10-2:00pm


Sharpen Your Mail Expertise

In an industry that’s continuously evolving and improving it’s a daunting challenge to stay up to date on best practices. This session will cover the foundation of mailing, which includes classes of mail, processing categories, address requirements and more. Whether you are an expert or a novice, this program will empower you to build on your postal knowledge. Instructor: Mark Rheaume, EXELA Technologies, Inc.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – Round Seven, 4:45-5:45pm


Issues In Printing & Mailing In Colleges/Universities

This roundtable reviews the technologies and strategies being used in the College & University environment to print and process mail with an eye on saving money and improving processes.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 – Round Eleven, 3:10-4:00pm


What is Your Voice in the Company? Community vs Global

In the world of mail, we speak mail easily, however; what is the customer’s understanding. This class will help you to navigate towards a global tone instead of community tone that only you and your staff understand. Let’s get the customer on the playing field of mail. Instructor: LaChelle Bynum, EMCM, Government Mailers Advisory Council/DOL

Monday, April 9, 2018 – Round Three, 4:30-5:30pm


Your In-building Logistics Platform

A sophisticated tracking system will allow facility decision makers to implement advanced logic to streamline workflows, automate and manage workplace requests, create and display in-app analytics to measure utilization, SLA s, and performance, close the accountability gap with concrete data points, and conform to compliance regulations with role-based access, permissions, and security. This workshop will help facilities managers illustrate how they are improving not only their own department, but also supporting company wide initiatives such as increasing business service transparency, making better use of valuable resources, improving SLA standards, addressing demands for environmental sustainability, and bringing meaningful metrics to the enterprise stack. Instructor: Bruce Little, Vice President, Emerging Markets, SCLogic

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – Round Five, 2:15-3:15pm