Bell and Howell In the News

Bell and Howell In the News


When we’re mentioned in the media, we can’t help ourselves - we’ve got to share! Check us out in the news.

IoT.ng - PTC annouced today that Bell and Howell has selected the ThingWorx industrial innovation platform to transform its service organization by enabling remote monitoring and service of its connected industrial mechatronic machines. Read More


The Conversation - A study by company Bell and Howell of 530 shoppers found 49 per cent of customers were likely to purchase an additional item when picking up their online order. Read More


Alaksa Public Media - The official name is the Bell and Howell Envelope Intake and Signature Verification System, Deputy Clerk Amanda Moser explained. Moser is responsible for overseeing much of the multi-year process converting Anchorage to a Vote By Mail election system. Read More


Triangle Business Journal - A longtime executive of Durham-based Bell and Howell’s mail-sorting business has reached an agreement with the company’s ownership to acquire the division and spin it off into its own independent company. Read More


Chain Store Age - Bell and Howell conducted a survey-based study of 530 random shoppers from across the United States to analyze what these shoppers believe to be most important about their click-and-collect experience. Read More


eDelivery.net - According to the Bell and Howell “2017 Click and Collect Retail Consumer Preference Study”, 56% of consumers believe a quick in-and-out experience is the most important attribute of click and collect; while 22% cite no waiting in line. Read More


Triangle Business Journal - The octagon-shaped machine’s introduction into Walmart stores nationwide could also be an economic boom for a Durham-based company that had partnered with the European manufacturer of the machine and its 3D scanning technology. Bell and Howell of Durham in 2016 announced a new partnership with Cleveron, a postal technology company based in Estonia that created the machine. Read More


Slate.com - Walmart is building giant self-service kiosks in its stores that retrieve customers' online orders. The first kiosk appeared in a Walmart store in Bentonville, Arkansas, last year. The company is now rolling them out to more than a dozen stores in cities including Gilbert, Arizona; Glenpool, Oklahoma; Enterprise and Auburn, Alabama; Gwinnett, Georgia; and Midlothian, Virginia. Read More
 


Telcoprofessionals.com - Some of the major participants in the global market for automated parcel delivery are InPost, Cleveron Ltd., KEBA AG, Smartbox Ecommerce Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Bell and Howell, LLC., Neopost group, ByBox Holdings Ltd., Winnsen Industry Co., Ltd., TZ Ltd., and ENGY Company. Read More


Printing Impressions - Aiming for the same kind of standardization, Arna Marketing has chosen Bell and Howell as its sole source of finishing, inserting and mailing solutions. Read More


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Bell and Howell delivers innovative service and technology solutions that enrich customer communications and fulfillment for the world’s largest financial, retail, industrial and public sector enterprises.

Bell and Howell software and hardware streamlines high-volume, high-integrity production of customer communications and packaging, maximizes postal discounts, and monetizes every customer touchpoint.  

The company’s service organization is among the most sophisticated in the world for production workflow, automation and industrial mechatronics.

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