Print Technology & Mail Automation

The following sessions will be presented at MAILCOM Las Vegas:


Managing a High Volume Mail Production Environment

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)? Redaction? We will look into these changes and how we have to rethink our printing and mailing operations. In the past deploying a new Automated Document Factory (ADF) was a 7 figure investment, now the investment is much lower and the productivity gains, are much higher. 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 t o give your customer the customer experience they expect from you.

Monday, September 24, 2018 – Round One, 2:15-3:15pm


Managing a Successful Outsourcing Partnership

This session will discuss the areas that should be and need to be addressed when managing an outsourcing relationship. Accountability, service levels and key performance indicators will be outline and reviewed as critical components of any third-party agreement. Come and learn what the manager and outsourcer’s responsibilities are in the “relationship” to ensure a successful partnership.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 – Round Six, 4:00-5:00pm


New Equipment Acquisitions: Decisions, Decisions

— Is it time to upgrade or purchase/lease new a piece of equipment? Are some pieces no longer needed? How do your current and future plans meld with the current technologies? If you are an influencer or decision maker in this process then this session is for you. As mail continues to evolve and become more sophisticated technology plays a bigger role. Every new equipment acquisition needs to be examined for current and future needs. What worked in the past may not be what is right for today or work next year.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 – Round Eight, 10:50-11:50am


Paper vs. Digital: What is Best for You?

This session will explore the pros and cons of digital mail including Web Presentment, drop boxes and email. They all have their place, but how will you adapt to support the desires of your customers? In 2018 we are all faced with the challenges in the way customers want to interact with us. Some call in Omni-Channel, others Multi-channel but the fact remains, there is a decrease in paper transactional mail. This session is geared for end users as well as service bureaus that are mailing transactional documents to their customers.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 – Round Five, 2:45-3:45pm


Best Practices of High Performing Print Shops

Many printing and marketing service providers are challenged with applying best practices to improve performance. We will take a peek within the industry to see what best practices are being deployed.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 – Round Nine, 12:15-1:15pm


Emerging Technologies in Mail

This workshop will provide a review of emerging technologies and how they can be applied to print mail pieces in the future to help drive engagement and response rates. Come and learn how to today’s leverage to bridge the gap between the physical and digital world and realize the benefits through its capabilities.

Monday, September 24, 2018 – Round Two, 3:30-4:30pm