BCC Software, a BÖWE BELL + HOWELL company and a leading developer of postal and data quality technology solutions that optimize client communications, will be on hand at booth 422 at MAILCOM 2011 February 28 – March 3 at the Washington Hilton to talk to attendees about industry news, BCC’s latest offerings, and current and future trends in the mailing industry.
BCC representatives will discuss the rapidly changing postal environment, the upcoming postage rate increases and other challenges that printers and mailers are now facing. They will share the steps that BCC is taking to ensure that companies that partner with BCC can turn those industry challenges into opportunities for themselves and their clients. Additionally, BCC Director of Product Management Paula Stoskopf will be presenting OneCode Confirm in Practice, outlining how to best leverage USPS OneCode Confirm to identify weak links in the delivery chain and predict mailstream patterns for future mailings, at 3:15 on Tuesday, March 1.
Key BCC topics to be highlighted at the show will include:
- Postal Innovations: Although the USPS has delayed implementation of the Intelligent Mail barcode, BCC has long promoted the significant benefits that leveraging this technology can offer. BCC provides customers with access to an array of Intelligent Mail-related operational advantages including advanced Mail.dat updating, co-mail and co-palletization capabilities and Full Service IM barcode support.
- Address Quality: An essential ingredient in any growth-oriented print-to-mail operation, Address Quality is fulfilled for BCC customers through BCC’s NCOALink Full Service Provider licensing plus proprietary offerings including DPV-enhancing Address Resolution Service and Track N Trace, which provides OneCode Confirm mailpiece tracking via the Intelligent Mail barcode. For real-time, point-of-entry address quality, BCC’s multi-platform Accurant AQ is available.
- The BCC Advantage: For more than 30 years mailers have enjoyed exclusive access to unlimited live technical support; widespread industry leadership and advocacy in influential postal organizations; and a commitment to partnering with clients to ensure optimal product integration and customer satisfaction.
“This is a time of great change in the mailing industry,” says BCC President Chris Lien, “and at times like this we are particularly excited to attend events like MAILCOM and talk to the people who deal with these changes on a day-to-day basis. So many new opportunities are becoming available to printers and mailers, and we’re looking forward to discussing them with attendees.”