Tuesday April 14 • 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM
Double Digit Savings? Possible with Archive Considerations
You May Be Ignoring  (Salon F)

When it comes to print and mail operations, Xplorers have a good idea of what they are looking for or the information they need. Archive management can be critical to ongoing customer support, regulatory compliance and disaster recovery.

Do you use a stand alone archive system or an enterprise ECM? What about native print stream storage versus archive formats like PDF/A and PDF/UA? At what point in your workflow should you snapshot your archive data? What retention rules do you need? Do they vary by document? Join this session for a look at the possibilities for archive management for print and mail providers, and the significant savings you can achieve.

Attendee Takeaways:
1. Areas you are overlooking with your archive storage and retrieval (or outputting from ECM) that have big impact on your organization.
2. Figure out what your requirements are and how you should approach assessing your options to maximize your ROI.

Speaker: Ernie Crawford 

Tuesday, April 14 • 9:00 AM – 9:50 AM
Creating Content For All Your Audiences  (Salon F)

Some people would rather consume marketing or transactional information in video form. Others prefer reading it in print. Millennials, Gen Xers and Boomers have very different communication preferences, and mobile adds an entirely new dimension. How do you know what your audiences prefer? And once you do, how will you deliver the types of content that will create interactivity and prompt action? In this session, you will learn about new approaches to reaching audiences across media and how to deliver information in the most efficient, secure and relevant way.

Attendee Takeaways:
1. Learn how to use data to understand communication preferences and roadmap the customer experience.
2. Discover new ways to deliver content in all the ways your audiences want to consume it

Speaker: Sarah Mannone 

Tuesday, April 14 • 10:00 AM – 10:50 AM
3D Printing: The Next Ink-Jet of Transaction Print?  (Salon F)

3D Printing is the new hot print technology. Can a 3D mission work in statement print? Will this have the impact that laser and ink-jet technology did? This session will provide visionary insight into how 3D printing could fit into transaction statement printing in the next 10 years.

We will look at a comparison of (at the time “new”) print technologies’ impact on statement printing over the last 40 years. Our comparison will include laser printing that changed the use of fonts and graphics, as well as ink-jets and the introduction of low cost color images and vibrant personal messages to the consumer on their statements. Let’s talk about where 3D printing technology is today, and what it may look like in 10 years.

Attendee Takeaways:
1. 3D printing today…how it might fit in transaction print.
2. Interactive conversation with attendees sharing their visions of how 3D printing could be adopted in their business.

Speaker: Donald Scrima 

Tuesday April 14 • 1:30 PM – 2:20 PM
IMb Tracking: Emerging Technology and Enhanced Analytics (Salon F)

During this session, Mark will share the power of analytical analysis using the IMb tacking information from the USPS. He will cover how this works and why it is valuable. Current technologies support creating bi-directional communication for mail pieces between the sender and the recipient. In addition, this presentation will cover topics like communication strategy, new technology and unique applications that are valuable to all mailers in the industry.

Attendee Takeaways:
1. Learn the top 10 reasons for tracking mail using the IMb and IMpb data from the USPS.
2. Hear compelling ideas on emerging technologies associated with the insights gained from taking time to analyze and apply this data.

Speaker: Mark Rheaume 

Tuesday April 14 • 2:30 PM – 3:20 PM
CCM Software in a Hosted Managed Environment  (Salon F)

This session is geared toward addressing two key questions:
1. What are the evolution requirements for an enterprise-grade CCM solution in 2015?
2. Are benefits of a hosted managed environment for CCM operations enough to warrant a C-level rethink of enterprise communication infrastructure?

Attendee Takeaways:
It is about time that CCM solutions evolve to take full advantage of the benefits of the cloud. A secure, hosted, managed CCM solution provides all the peace of mind of an in-house solution, with the cost and operational efficiency of a full outsourced solution.

Speaker: Michael Johnson

For more information, and to register, please visit the conference website


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