Postal Affairs: 2015 in review and what’s ahead for 2016

2015 is just a memory now, but 2016 looks even busier in the postal industry.

Postal Affairs: 2015 in review and what’s ahead for 2016

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Every Monday morning, Satori Software airs the “Postal Affairs with Bob Schimek” program. If it’s news in the industry, odds are good that we covered it.

As Senior Director of Postal Affairs for Satori Software, a Neopost company, Bob Schimek serves as primary liaison between Satori Software and USPS on technical matters affecting the company’s mailing solutions, which include CASS and PAVE certified software, integrated 48-month NCOALink processing and post-sort solutions. Schimek applies his 26-plus years of mailing industry experience to provide product management and strategic direction for Satori Software’s mailing business.

An acknowledged thought leader on postal issues, Schimek represents Satori Software and its customers at many postal industry associations. At MTAC, where he also represents IDEAlliance, he has lead several MTAC Work Groups and Task Teams and currently is the industry leader for Mail Preparation and Entry focus area. At IDEAlliance, he serves as the Chair for the Mail.dat specification, and is an active member of MSDG (Mailing Software Developers Group). At PostCom for 2015 he serves as a Board of Directors member, on the Executive Committee as the Executive Vice Chairman, and leads the Postal Operations committee. Schimek has been elected as PostCom Chairman of the Board and will serve a two year term for 2016 – 2017. He is a former AMSP and EPICOMM board member. Schimek works collaboratively with both industry and USPS to help ensure specifications meet the needs of the industry and the USPS Intelligent Mail initiatives.

You can find the Postal Affairs program here: Satori Software Blog

Now is the chance to see what you missed in 2015 and to get better equipped for 2016.

Postal Affairs with Bob Schimek
2015 Year in review
Looking ahead to 2016
What you need to know!