Paper-based digital messaging company Bell and Howell has expanded its business relationship with Window Book, provider of mailing and shipping software. The strengthened partnership will now enable customers of both companies to send their mail using the Intelligent Mail barcode (IMb), giving them access to its added benefits that were inaccessible before.
“Our partnership with Window Book will enable mailers to easily and immediately leverage the enhanced benefits of the IMb today,” said Christopher Lien, vice president of postal software marketing for Bell and Howell.
Window Book’s CEO Jeffery Peoples commented on the decision, saying, “We are extremely pleased with the expanded alliance with Bell and Howell and the benefits it brings to mailers.”
The benefits mentioned include improved product and workflow processes tailored to customers of both Bell and Howell and Window Book, as well as pre-presort, presort, and post-presort benefits.
Lien added that he is pleased the companies came to this point sooner rather than later, as “Waiting to convert to Full Service is not a smart business decision.”
One of the main benefits to customers of both Bell and Howell and Window Book is the money that can now be saved when using their mailing services.
“By having both of these industry-leading products integrated in your mailing operation, BCC (News - Alert) Mail Manager users can save thousands of dollars on postage and labor while eliminating barriers to Intelligent Mail Full-Service that many mailers encounter,” Peoples explained.
Bell and Howell’s BCC Mail Manager customers will be the first to benefit from the company’s newly-secured endorsement of Window Book DAT-Mail as well as their e-Doc Monitor solutions.