For Immediate Release
Vanderbilt University Postmaster and SCLogic VP to Host "Going Green" Workshop at MAILCOM Fall in Las Vegas on September 28, 2010
Workshop will address how mail centers can "Go Green" by automating package tracking.
ANNAPOLIS, MD September 8, 2010 — SCLogic, a leading provider of mobile enterprise package tracking software systems, today announced that mailing industry experts Bruce Little, Vice President of SCLogic, and Mickey Anglea, Vanderbilt University Postmaster, will host a workshop entitled Going Green: How to Automate Your Mail and Package Tracking at MAILCOM Fall in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mobile computing technology is dramatically reducing paper usage in offices, mailrooms and central receiving departments at businesses, university and government campuses. The workshop will detail from the vendor and client perspective how Vanderbilt University and other organizations reduced paper by automating their large scale mail and package tracking processes.
About Bruce Little
As SCLogic Vice President of Emerging Markets, Bruce is responsible for developing international business as well as managing channel partners. He has over 20 years of experience in the mail and package tracking industry, including owning his own business, MBL Data Systems. Bruce joined the SCLogic team in 1999 as the Vice President of Channels and has also held the titles of Vice President of Sales and General Manager before becoming the Vice President of Emerging Markets.
About Mickey Anglea
As Postmaster for Vanderbilt University, Mickey is responsible for overseeing 15 full-time employees, six student employees, two Contract Postal Units, two locations, and distributing the 10,000 packages per month that are received to 12,000 students, 7,000 faculty and staff. Mickey has 11 years experience managing corporate mail centers and logistics for Shoney's Inc. and Captain D's Seafood LLC. Mickey teamed up with Vanderbilt University in 2007.
Founded in 1996 by Michael B. Saldi, SCLogic is a leading provider of innovative mobile enterprise tracking software systems that leverage the latest barcode scanning, printing, mobile computing and wireless technologies. The company has thousands of enterprise, government and university users around the world. SCLogic, a Motorola Premier Business Partner and Janam Certified Partner, is headquartered in Annapolis, MD, with remote offices in New Jersey and Los Angeles. For more information about SCLogic, please visit http://www.SCLogic.com.
Vice President of Marketing, SCLogic
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