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BMC

(BMC Software, Inc., Houston, TX, www.bmc.com) A leading supplier of software that supports and improves the availability, performance, and recovery of applications in complex computing environments. BMC's focus on aligning and managing technology from a business perspective has been branded as Business Service Management.

Founded in 1980, BMC's core business initially focused on databases for IBM mainframes. It later added products for open systems and client/server. In late 1998, the company merged with Boole & Babbage, itself a leader in availability and service level management for distributed systems. BMC Software is one of the world's largest independent software vendors with offices worldwide. See Boole & Babbage.
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Labels can be printed and applied at any of three locations - the business shipping the package, the local post office, or the bulk mail center.
"If we were in bad shape, imagine the Bulk Mail Centers clogged with all these empty trays!"
Physically cart a load of mail to one of the 21 Bulk Mail Centers (BMCs) nationwide, and you get an additional discount.
However, quite simply, mailers cannot show up at a Bulk Mail Center unannounced with a million pieces and expect them to be processed that day.
Yet you'd be surprised at the number of mailers who simply show up at Bulk Mail Centers with a big load of Third-Class mail and expect instant service.
Specifically, USPS: (1) eliminated all functions of the Airport Mail Centers, closed 9 of these facilities, and now uses the remaining 12 for other purposes, resulting in a realized cost savings of about $12.2 million in fiscal year 2009; (2) reorganized the functions of the 21 Bulk Mail Centers into newly developed Network Distribution Centers, resulting in a realized cost savings of about $17.7 million in fiscal year 2009; and (3) implemented 23 proposals to consolidate AMP operations and facilities and approved another 6 AMP consolidation proposals.
Fast charge applications include dry goods distribution centers, food processors, bottling companies, home improvement warehouses, clothing distribution, bulk mail centers, AGV operations and others.