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MTE Forecasting and Tracking Workgroup #108. Ability to effectively forecast and fulfill Mail Transport Equipment needs for customers and plants. Leadership Meeting on July 6, 2006. Key Objectives Ability to forecast and identify purchases at least 6 months in advance

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mte forecasting and tracking workgroup 108

MTE Forecasting and TrackingWorkgroup #108

Ability to effectively forecast and fulfill Mail Transport Equipment needs for customers and plants.

leadership meeting on july 6 2006
Leadership Meeting on July 6, 2006
  • Key Objectives
    • Ability to forecast and identify purchases at least 6 months in advance
    • Ability to anticipate needs and move inventory with 2 - 3 weeks notification
    • Ability to identify mailing "trends" (flats, vs. oversized letters, etc.)
leadership meeting on july 6 20061
Leadership Meeting on July 6, 2006
  • Key Objectives (Continued)
    • Assistance in identifying appropriate survey questions: (who, what, where, when)
    • Establishment of an "awareness campaign" industry and postal
    • Create an understanding of each others needs and limitations (industry and postal)
    • Establish an ongoing method of communications
industry participants
Industry Participants
  • Kevin McPhillips, Direct Group (Workgroup Leader)
  • Harry Matternas, Citigroup Credit Services Inc.
  • Jeremy Webb, PSI Group
  • Joe Schick and/or Phil Thompson, Quad Graphics
  • Erv Drewek, Brown Printing
  • Clarence Banks, RR Donnelly
  • Marc Mandell, Data-Mail, Inc.
  • Bob Vogt, D.S. Direct
  • Wanda Senne, World Marketing
  • Rich Domagla, Mystic Logistics
  • Cyndi Muldoon, DST Output
  • David Collins, Mail America Communications, Inc.
  • Carol Murphy, Lands End
  • Kate Muth and Kathy Siviter, representing PostCom
  • Leo Raymond and David Weaver representing Mailing Fulfillment Services Association
u s p s participants
U.S.P.S. Participants

Jo Ann Miller, Network Operations Management (Workgroup Leader)

Bev Van Soest, Mail Transport Equipment

James Hardie, Mail Transport Equipment

Dana Austin, Logistics Quality Support

Gene Hairston, Sales Support

Terry Knupp, Business Service Network

Yvette Turner, Business Service Network

Marc McCrery, Operational Requirements & Integration

Barbara Babineau, Operational Requirements & Integration

Susan Hawes, Operational Requirements & Integration

With Special Appearances by

Cindy Mallonee, Logistics Systems

Pritha Mehra, Marketing Technology & Channel Mngmt

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First Workgroup Meeting
    • August 3, 2006

Let’s Get Going!