Major Award for OMS-500: Product of the Year 2014
OMS-500, our output management solution, has been chosen as “Product of the Year” for 2014. This was the verdict of readers of the December issue of Postmaster magazine in Germany. Neopost’s OMS-500 solution received the majority of votes in the “Software and Services” category.
Awards Presentation in Munich
On February 6, 2015, Günter Kaiser, Sales and Marketing Director, accepted the trophy. “What perfect timing, only a few days ago, on February 2, Neopost launched a new brand positioning, and now we have won this award…“I am so happy with this recognition of our achievement by the market and by Postmaster readers, who have voted for our software”.
OMS-500 was launched in early 2014. This proves that Neopost is keeping pace with market demands and offering customers effective solutions.
At Neopost in Munich: Günter Kaiser, Sales and Marketing Director (l.), Yuri Buholzer, Head of e-Services & Software (center), and Hans-Peter Vogel, Head of System Engineering (r.).
Evaluation by a Neutral Party
Voting for the “Product of the Year” was mostly online, but also by letter and fax. The votes were collected and counted by the DVPT (Deutscher Verband für Post, Informationstechnologie und Telekommunikation e. V.). The DVPT sees itself as a professional users association as well as a consumer protection organization for users of postal, telecommunications, and IT services. It represents the interests of its members and is supplier-independent.
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