Innovapost Sponsors OCRI Government Opportunities Presentation on Postal Transformation
February 1, 2011 - Ottawa, Ontario
Presentation: Postal Transformation: Renewing Canada Post’s Physical and Electronic Network to Create a Modern Post
Time: Friday, February 11, 7:30 am–9:00 am
Location: Sheraton Ottawa Hotel, Rideau Room, 150 Albert St.
Presenter: Cal Hart Senior Vice-President, Postal Transformation, Canada Post Corporation
Event Registration: OCRI Government Opportunities Series
Postal Transformation: Renewing Canada Post’s Physical and Electronic Network to Create a Modern Post
Every day, Canada Post delivers 45 million pieces of mail to 15 million points of call to help their customers communicate, send and receive payments, advertise and ship products. Canada Post is in the midst of a $2 billion modernization program called Postal Transformation that began in 2007. The program is bringing about a substantial, much-needed infrastructure investment in the Canadian postal system to modernize or replace obsolete plants, equipment and processes, to improve efficiency, productivity and employee safety and to build a foundation for new and improved service offerings.
Cal Hart, Senior Vice-President, Postal Transformation, will provide insight into the vision and strategy behind this transformation, the technology and changes required for its success and the net benefits for Canadian consumers and businesses.
About the Presenter
As Senior Vice-President, Postal Transformation, Cal Hart is leading a dynamic team responsible for the end to end modernization of the entire Canadian postal network. This program of renewal involves designing and implementing significant enhancements to Canada Post’s processes, facilities and equipment to provide employees with a safer, more efficient work environment and their customers with the best and most effective postal system, offering new and relevant services.
About OCRI Government Opportunities Series
OCRI’s Government Opportunities Breakfast is targeted to senior level executives and managers of small and medium-sized private sector IT companies. The goal of these sessions is to improve supplier and buyer awareness and simplify access to federal government purchasing information. This series will create a clear understanding of the requirements, roadblocks and opportunities that both the government and private sector face.
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