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April 2014

Bell and Howell hires Arthur Bergens as Chief Financial Officer

Arthur Bergens officially joined Bell and Howell on March 24, 2014. Bergens brings Bell and Howell 30 years of global experience in a wide range of financial, operational and administrative leadership positions. Bergens began his career at Ernst & Young and was most recently CFO of Overture Networks.

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March 2014

Bell and Howell CEO Ramesh Lakshmi-Ratan Shares His Plans for the Future

Recently, Andy and Julie Plata, co-CEOs of the OutputLinks Communications Group, and Katherine O’Brien, Senior Editor of American Printer Magazine, interviewed Bell and Howell’s CEO, Ramesh Lakshmi-Ratan, where he shared his his goals and vision for Bell and Howell’s future.

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February 2014

Bell and Howell to be at upcoming tradeshows

Bell and Howell will be showcasing out latest postal and sorting software and hardware at NPF and at Xplor this March.

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January 2014

Meet Bell and Howell's new CEO

We are pleased to introduce our new CEO Ramesh Ratan. Ramesh has had a successful career improving sales and profit performance for leading technology-driven companies including AT&T, Lucent, VocalTec and Pitney Bowes, where he has consistently transformed industries and companies using advanced technologies.

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December 2013

Coming Soon!

Big changes are on the way for the Data Services Wizard in the winter interim release of BCC Mail Manager.

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November 2013

A One-Two Punch in Price Adjustments

It’s no secret that the USPS® has been having financial difficulties. Legislation that restricts the USPS® from expanding their services; requires them to continue paying billions of dollars annually into a retirement program that is already overfunded; and dramatically declining mail volumes (particularly in First-Class Mail®) have once again pushed the USPS® into filing an annual price increase of 1.6%. This increase is based upon the Consumer Price Index (CPI) as mandated by the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act (PAEA) of 2006. While this increase is likely anticipated by the mailing industry, the additional Exigency Case was not.

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