This entertaining YouTube video from Col. Casey Haskins teaches us that the way we behaved in the past made sense, in a particular set of circumstances, but continuing to behave like this today probably doesn’t make sense. And if we keep on doing things like we did before this will block our ability to be creative.

This lesson reflects Neopost’s business strategy. We look at the world differently today. This enables us to be innovative and empower our customers to interact in new ways. By investing in our technology you can enjoy the benefits of user-friendly solutions that can take your enterprise to the next stage of digital communications.

 

Ralph Mezzoni

Ralph Mezzoni

Director, Product Marketing - Mailroom Solutions

Ralph Mezzoni is the Director of Product Marketing for Mailroom Solutions at Quadient USA.  He has spent over a decade helping to develop new technologies to optimize mailing processes while minimizing mailing costs for customers across the United States.

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