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Imhoff Technologies Signs as Newest Platinum Dealer of Bell and Howell's BCC Mail Manager Postal Software

Joins Mailers MVP and Freelance Technologies in Bell and Howell's Growing Dealer Network

DURHAM, N.C., Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Bell and Howell, a leading provider of solutions and services for paper-based and digital messaging, today announced that Imhoff Technologies, a rapidly growing distributor of postal software solutions, has signed on as a Platinum-level dealer of its best-in-class BCC Mail Manager™ software.

"Imhoff Technologies has deep knowledge of the local market, coupled with decades of postal experience. They will help us reach an important market that has been rocked by SAP's decision to discontinue production and support of its Postalsoft solution," said Chris Lien, Bell and Howell's Vice President of Postal Software. "We are confident that Imhoff Technologies can help former Postalsoft customers easily transition to solutions like our BCC Mail Manager, which supports Full Service Intelligent Mail barcode today, and also supports the broadest range of USPS sortation categories."

"We are excited to be working with Bell and Howell, and be able to offer our customers the premier postal software solution," said Greg Imhoff, President of Imhoff Technologies. "We have worked with a lot of vendors, and believe that the advanced capabilities of BCC Mail Manager and other Bell and Howell products, coupled with their superior service, puts them in the clear leadership position."

BCC Mail Manager is a complete postal software solution including CASS™-certified address quality; merge/purge functionality; presort support for an impressive number of sortation categories; Intelligent Mail® barcode piece and container generation; and a Mail.dat update tool for connectivity to the USPS® PostalOne!® system. BCC Mail Manager has passed the USPS Test Environment for Mailers (TEM) requirement, making Full Service IMb™ simply a click away, with an intuitive interface and real-time access to one of the broadest move-update and walk-sequencing services available.

Learn more about how Bell and Howell's BCC Mail Manager solutions are helping Postalsoft customers transition to a solution ready now for Intelligent Mail at http://bellhowell.net/GetReady/.

For additional information on Bell and Howell, contact [email protected] or call 1-800-220-3030. Visit www.bellhowell.net or www.facebook.com/BellandHowell, or follow @bellandhowell on Twitter.

About Bell and Howell
Bell and Howell, LLC is a leading provider of solutions and services for paper-based and digital messaging. The company's complete portfolio includes products that reduce production and postage costs; increase operational efficiency, message impact and relevancy; and ensure integrity and quality. Supporting these solutions is one of the largest dedicated service organizations in the industry. The company is headquartered in Durham, N.C., and maintains facilities in Wheeling, Ill., Bethlehem, Pa., and Rochester, N.Y. For further information, please visit www.bellhowell.net.

About Imhoff Technologies, LLC
Imhoff Technologies, LLC has over 10 years experience in combining best-in-class customer services with industry-leading software solutions. Imhoff Technologies' strategic mission is to provide businesses and nonprofit organizations with software applications that provide the highest ROI by saving substantial marketing, printing and postage dollars. Today, we continue to help clients better understand their customers, make more effective marketing/business decisions, and improve the speed and efficiency of mail operations.

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