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A new vision for USPS?
Wednesday - 6/15/2011, 3:56pm EDT
How can the U.S. Postal Service evolve as it faces technological changes that have decreased the volume of physical mail? Read tweets from the PostalVision 2020 conference (#pv2020), held today in Arlington, Va.
From the conference website:
The velocity with which disruptive innovation is impacting the marketplace for sending and receiving information is truly astounding. The postal industry product category mainstays of correspondence, transactions, advertising and parcel delivery are undergoing radical transformation. Participants at every stage of the mail value chain, including mailers, service providers, suppliers of goods, equipment and software, and progressively empowered recipients, are increasingly being challenged by alternative methods of information distribution.