April 20, 2012

CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List: April 20, 2012

 

Welcome to the latest edition of the Crawford Technologies Weekly Reading List! This week we are casting an eye over the USPS, keeping our finger on the drupa 2012 pulse and the disappearance of the printed check.

 

In addition, we have the story of an Operation Manager trying to handle the reprint process without an ADF, and details of EMC World.

Finally, if you are going to drupa 2012 and interested in ADF, Document Re-engineering or Enterprise Content Management solutions, be sure to set an appointment with Ernie Crawford, President, and James Weaver, EMEA Business Development while they are at drupa. Booking is easy and can be done in a few seconds by clicking here.

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Mail Carriers Try Own Rescue (via Wall Street Journal) - The National Association of Letter Carriers want the U.S. Postal Service to raise stamp prices and expand mail delivery. The union criticises the USPS' own plan for recovery, saying it "won't work".

OutputLinks' drupa 2012 Press Releases (via OutputLinks) - All the drupa 2012 press releases and news you need in a single location, updated whenever new information is made available.

Government checks to be phased out as deposits go digital (via sheboyganpress.com) - Starting next year, the check will no longer be in the mail for millions of people who receive Social Security and other government benefits.

The Power of Automation: The Reprint Process With & Without an ADF (via blog.crawfordtech.com) - The operation of a print and mailing environment can be very complex; that complexity can be amplified when operational processes are manual. To illustrate this let’s take a look at Don’s daily operations.

EMC World 2012: Transform the Way You Manage, Store and Use Content (via blog.crawfordtech.com) - This year, for 2012, the conference is back in Las Vegas at The Venetian from May 21-24. The theme: TRANSFORM IT+BUSINESS+YOURSELF.

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