decision analysis partners at PostExpo 2012

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decision analysis partners at PostExpo 2012

post expodecision analysis partners is proud to present insightful and innovative concepts at three PostExpo sessions:

  • Day 2 (19 september) – 09:30 – The Adaptable Post – Dr Pierre Kacha, director, Postal Practice, decision analysis partners, USA.  Posts have excelled at developing and applying standardised processes to push mail to its destination. Today, information and intelligence enable posts to manage their networks in a dynamic fashion to dramatically reduce costs while meeting service standards. The PostExpo presentation identifies how  posts can develop a modern, adaptable, and dynamic approach to operations management.
  • Day 2  (19 september) – 14:00 – Parcels Terminals: an Update on Leading Business Models – Dr Pierre Kacha, director, Postal Practice, decision analysis partners, USA.  Ever since their slow introduction, parcels terminals have become increasingly accepted by consumers and are now an integral part of the postal distribution landscape. However, the industry has experienced many fits and starts as business models adapted to the peculiarities of their markets. This PostExpo discussion will present emerging business models for parcels terminals, address their applicability to various markets, and discuss their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Day 2 (19 september) –  14:00 – 14:20 – Postal Platforms to Leverage Mail.  Dr Bernard Markowicz, Managing Director, decision analysis partners, USA.  Drawing from lessons learned from other industries that capitalized on the potential of positioning their infrastructure/technology as open platforms, this discussion will  review the principles that postal organizations can adopt to extend the lifetime value of the mail through an open and collaborative relationship with innovators and investors by  sharing  intellectual capital, infrastructure resources, and human capital.

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