Mail Printing & Processing Sessions
The following courses will be presented at MAILCOM ’17:
Is There a Million Dollars on Your Shop Floor?
Postage is the most expensive component of any mailing budget. Consider this: a business sending 75 million mailpieces a year could save three-quarters of a million dollars annually by dropping postage one cent per piece. One of the biggest cost savings opportunities is bringing presort operations in house, rather than outsourcing to a presort bureau. This is easier to do than you might think with a well-planned automation process. There’s true value to an organization when printing hardware and postal presort software are integrated in the mail induction workflow. The combination of the automation capabilities of the software and hardware you are already investing in creates additional uplift beyond the savings each could possibly create independently. In this session, you will gain an understanding of the true value of integration and automation. You will also take away: Actionable information that will help understand maximizing postage optimization, including benefits in savings, timing, and delivery, an evaluation toolkit that will help you calculate potential postage savings when taking processing in house versus outsourcing. These savings can improve the bottom line or free up money for re-investment. Learn more in this joint presentation of industry leaders, Canon Solutions America and BCC Software.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017, Round Four, 11:15-12:15pm
Thinking About Outsourcing Your Print Production?
Hear from the trenches the real life considerations you need to keep in mind when considering outsourcing your print production operations – the multitude of workflows, processes and functions across an enterprise that need to be involved in the decisions.. Instructor: Mark Rheaume, Novitex Enterprise Solutions
Monday, April 10, 2017, Round Three, 4:30-5:30pm
Increasing the Value of Your Mail & Print Operations
Performance measures are a valuable planning tool for Mail Center Managers that will aid them with managing, monitoring, and controlling the mail centers success in meeting its organizational objectives. This session will provide the Mail Manager with critical strategies for establishing and utilizing performance measures to improve team performance and the value of the Mail Center to customers, stakeholders, employees, and managers. Implementation of these tools within your mail services organization will enable you to achieve consistently superior performance. Instructor: Floyd Creecy, CMDSM, EMCM, MDC, HeiTECH Services, Inc
Tuesday, April 11, 2017, Round Six, 3:30-4:30pm
All You Wanted to Know About Production Inkjet, But Were Afraid to Ask
Learn about the fundamental technology choices for commercial inkjet, what are the most common inkjet printing equipment used to produce direct mail and what the future holds for inkjet printing! Instructor: Richard Mazur, Kodak
Wednesday, April 12, 2017, Round Ten 2:00-2:50pm
Mining for Gold in Your Print and Mail Operations
In today’s cost cutting environment, we are faced with continuing to reduce the cost of operations. This can be problematic with costs increasing all around us: labor, postage, and supplies costing more year over year. There is an alternative, mining for gold. This session will help you discover those unearthed opportunities and find the golden nuggets within your operation to help you reduce your costs and increase productivity. Instructor: David Day, EDP, D3 Advisors.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017, Round Five, 2:15-3:15pm
Managing a High Volume Mail Production Environment in 2017
The challenge has never been greater to manage your high volume mail environment. Between complex regulations and the need to present content the way your customer wants to see it is changing. What are you doing to comply? Have you thought about the impact of Americans With Disabilities (ADA section 508)? We will look into these changes and how we have to rethink our printing and mailing operations. How will we cope with the dynamics of a changing demographic on how mail is received! There are many ways to accomplish the end result. Join us as we explore the opportunities that exist today to give your customer the “customer experience” they expect from you. Instructor: David Day, EDP, D3 Advisors.
Monday, April 10, 2017, Round One, 2:00-3:00pm