Window Book, Inc., the leader in postal mailing and shipping software announced that they will be showcasing at booth #623 at the National Postal Forum in Washington, DC in March. Window Book participates in NPF every year, but this year will be a very critical forum for many mailing professionals, especially with the new Rate Case approaching.


It is our intention to make sure that all the Mailing industry attendees who visit our booth will get a chance to meet with Window Books Postal Specialists and learn how you can stay ahead of the postal changes in 2007, said J. Jeffery Peoples, CEO of Window Book. 


If you want to learn how to simplify and manage your operation more efficiently, Booth #623 is the place to visit.  We will show you how easily you can generate accurate postal forms, maintain postage data, manage postage funds, and plan drop shipping - everything you need from start to finish in a breeze, said Lisa Bowes, Postal Affairs and Industry Relations Manager of Window Book. 


Also, an important session you should consider attending is PostalOne! & FAST: Cut Paperwork & Automate Drop Ship Appointments, IMSA04: presented by Jeffery Peoples and Robert Galaher, Manager, Mailer Enterprise Integration, USPS, on Sunday, March 25th at 3pm, Room 206. 


This session is intended to guide the audience in understanding the electronic business features available to customers that eliminate documents (hard copy presort documentation, postage statements) and automate services (postage payment, drop shipment appointment scheduling) when using our business mailing products and services.


About Window Book

Window Book is the premier mailing and shipping software partner to lettershops, corporate mailers, and fulfillment houses. Window Books best-in-class postal solutions include: Mail.dat, post-presort data management, entry planning, drop shipping, postal documentation & statements, postage accounting, meter and stamp management, delivery confirmation, manifesting shipping system, FAST, and PostalOne!


Window Book participates on many committees, advisory boards, and mailing associations, including MTAC (Mailers Technical Advisory Committee), and is in the position of providing you with the latest and the best practices to help you keep on top of the ever-changing mailing landscape. For more information, please visit or call 800-524-0380.