Roundtable Keynote Kicks Off MAILCOM ’17
The Top Ten Concerns of Mail Managers — a keynote featuring a cross-section of the industry’s top leaders — kicks off the MAILCOM ’17 Convention Tuesday, April 11 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
When will postage rates go up again in 2017? What should businesess budget for when the PRC rules on postage rates? What strategies are managers using to cut costs? What new technologies from the USPS and vendors are changing mail forever? How are mailers dealing with postal penalty assessments?
These and other top concerns will be addressed.
Moderated by Francis Ruggiero, Chief Editor of Official Mail Guide and MAIL Magazine, the roundtable will include (pictured left to right):
— Adam Collinson, Director of Research & Development, Grayhair Software;
— Bob Schimek, Senior Director of Postal Affairs, Satori Software;
— Ronald Goglia, CMDSM, Asst Vice President, Output Distribution Services; Cigna
— Floyd Creecy, PMP, CMDSM, ITIL, EMCM, MDC, National Mail Manager, HeiTech Services;
— Michael Plunkett, President and Chief Executive Officer, Postcom
— Alison Hall, Product Manager, Direct Mail Solutions, Pitney Bowes Presort Services
The Top Ten Concerns is one of four keynote presentations offered at MAILCOM ’17. Other keynotes include:
— Robert Taub, Chairman, Postal Regulatory Commission
— Kevin Gilligan, Vice President, Structural Graphics
— Tammy Whitcomb, Acting Inspector General, USPS Office of Inspector General
Over 100 educational sessions will be held, including a special presentation on Postal Innovations featuring Gary Reblin, USPS Vice President of Product Innovation. Reblin will also present a session on Informed Delivery and its pending roll out. Informed Delivery sends a daily email detailing the mail that will be delivered to your mailbox.
MAILCOM ’17 will be held April 10-12, 2017 in Philadelphia.