November 1, 2002
November 1, 2001
You may have already cut your distribution center (DC) costs by switching to less-expensive packaging or installing a more efficient conveyor system. But you may have overlooked trying to reduce your energy bills.
According to The Guide to Energy Management …
November 1, 2001
Greenville, SC-based Super Duper Publications, which sells materials for speech therapists and teachers, has made the human touch a cornerstone of its business. Customer service representatives (CSRs) have instant computer access to customers’ buying histories and can talk to buyers …More...
October 29, 2001
Chicago–Anthrax in the mailstream is frightening enough, but how’s this for scary: According to an ongoing study by Scottsdale, AZ-based Database Marketing Associates, 72% of businesspeople have had at least one change made to their business address information in the past …More...
October 24, 2001
October 15, 2001
Denver—George Gould, legislative/political director for the National Association of Letter Carriers—the U.S. Postal Service’s second-largest union–urged mailers to learn from the past and work together to encourage postal reform.
“I was involved with drafting the 1970 …
October 15, 2002
Norwalk, CT-based computer cataloger Micro Warehouse on Oct. 15 launched a wholly-owned subsidiary Micro Warehouse Gov/Ed. Headquartered in Ashburn, VA, the new division will focus on Micro Warehouse’s established $450 million annual rate-run public-sector business by supporting government and educational …More...
October 3, 2001
Washington—Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) introduced a bill on Oct. 2 that calls not only for a two-year extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act but also for other e-commerce-related tax collection bans. The Internet Tax Freedom Act, which implemented a …More...
October 1, 2001
Everything is going digital. Just think of all the little computer chips that surround us — in our phones, TVs, CD players, watches, appliances, cash registers, even thermometers and blood pressure cuffs! Computerized “whatever” is standard in the United States today. …More...