National Postal Forum Announces Chris Lien, VP of Postal Affairs at BCC Software, as New Board Member
We are pleased to announce that Chris Lien has joined the National Postal Forum board of directors. Chris brings a wealth of experience to the NPF organization, with a mailing industry background of over thirty years beginning as a software engineer developing dynamic mail entry solutions. In 2007 he joined BCC software and led the company as its president for 12 years until selling the company to BlueCrest and transitioning to the role of Executive Vice President of Postal Affairs.– National Postal Forum
Chris is a recognized industry expert speaking at such events as the National Postal Forum, Postal Customer Councils, and countless industry events. He regularly participates in numerous industry associations such as Association for Postal Commerce, Delivery Technology Advocacy Council (DTAC), and the Postmaster General’s Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) where he currently serves as a former MTAC Industry Chair. In 2016, Chris Lien received the Donald A. Mumma Award – the highest award of distinction that DTAC presents in the mail preparation and processing arena.
The National Postal Forum (NPF) was established in 1968. NPF is a tradeshow and conference featuring the latest USPS® products, services, and information. The National Postal Forum (NPF), a not-for-profit educational corporation, was established in 1968 by a group of major postal customers/mailers who were committed to an ongoing partnership with the United States Postal Service. The Forum's goal, then-as now, has been to provide education to business mailers and communication/feed-back between the USPS and its business customers for a more responsive and efficient mail communications system.
NPF's mission is “to assist the United States Postal Service in building relationships with and educating mailers in the most effective and efficient use of the products and services offered by the United States Postal Service.”
For more information on NPF, go to https://npf.org/
Article originally published by BlueCrest