Keep your shipping costs down while parcel volumes go up

Tuesday, May 24, 2016| 2:00 PM ET|11:00 AM PT

Presented by:
Dave Reese, President of Power Practices LLC.

Moderated by:
Amanda Armendariz, Editor, Mailing Systems Technology

Sponsored by:


So many parcels and so many mailing choices. Fed Ex, UPS, USPS®; the myriad of options from each carrier can be overwhelming for a shipping department. And on top of deciding what carrier, mailers have to decide what service offering delivers the best value for both the company and the recipient.

Join us on Tuesday, May 24th to learn more about why the USPS can be the best choice for particular types of packages and understand more about the inherent value provided by the USPS, at no cost to the mailer.

This webinar will explore topics including:

• How to reduce shipping costs to maximize postal savings
• How tracking compares between carriers and how to choose the right method
• Value-added partnerships and how you may benefit
• The impact of surcharges
• How to minimize transit times

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BIO:

Dave Reese, President of Power Practices LLC
Dave Reese, President of Power Practices LLC, is an Operations Senior Executive in Global E-commerce, Supply Chain, Retail, Technology, and International Sales with over 25 years of experience. He has built complex e-commerce organizations spanning three continents with over 90 of the world’s leading brands since 1997, including top Fortune 500 and Internet Retailer 500 brands.

His enterprise solutions include SAAS-based e-commerce websites, fulfillment, customer care, payment processing, order management, and integrations with many of the industry-leading platforms, including IBM, Demandware, hybris, Oracle, Borderfree, Cybersource, Ebay, and omnichannel provider Shopatron.

Dave’s motto is “Change is good,” and he believes that if executed the right way, it brings a breath of fresh air, life, excitement, and passion into any organization.


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