Mauch will provide practical information about how to prepare for the mandated change from POSTNET and the future requirements for Full-Service Intelligent Mail adoption. Attendees will learn how to maintain automation mail discounts and how enhanced capabilities of the Intelligent Mail barcode can optimize business performance. Following the presentation, an industry panel made up of mailers that have successfully transitioned to Intelligent Mail barcode will participate in a roundtable discussion.
“With so many changes in the mailing industry these days, keeping ahead of the curve requires consistent education. Active participation in groups like MSMA gives mailers an edge in this very competitive market,” said Mauch. “With only two months until the POSTNET barcode retirement, mailers must get the training and technology they need to keep their business running smoothly. Both the right information and a structured plan are crucial to making a successful switch.”
Kim Mauch has a decade of experience absorbing the ins-and-outs of effective mailing preparation and submission processes with a heavy emphasis on new USPS technologies including Intelligent Mail and electronic documentation. In her current role as postal products specialist for Satori Software, Kim educates customers on how to efficiently meet the latest USPS regulations. She has presented at MailCom, National Postal Forum and numerous educational forums, including full-day channel training sessions, online webinars and high-profile customer training programs.
The Intelligent Mail Barcode Implementation Workshop & Mailer's Roundtable is scheduled for November 14, 2012 from 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. PST. Further information and registration is available at http://www.msma-
A number of additional resources about the transition to Intelligent Mail are available on the Satori Software website, including instructional webinars and its Essential Guide to Intelligent Mail (http://www.satorisoftware.com/