3 Lessons Learned from One of the Largest Security Breaches in History

3 Lessons Learned from One of the Largest Security Breaches in History

September 19, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

In early September, it was revealed that a large credit reporting company was successfully hacked by an entity unnamed as of this writing. It’s considered now one of the largest breaches in memory because this particular company held delicate information – social security numbers, names, home...

Privacy in Printed Mailers: How to Avoid Expensive Mistakes & Communicate Effectively

Privacy in Printed Mailers: How to Avoid Expensive Mistakes & Communicate Effectively

September 13, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

Last month, it came to light that a major US insurer made an unfortunate error with one of their customer communications. A mail piece sent to over 10,000 members showed through a clear window on the envelope that a patient was taking a certain kind of medication, directly revealing the illness...

A Harsh Reminder from Hurricane Harvey: 3 Key Considerations for your Business Continuity Plan

A Harsh Reminder from Hurricane Harvey: 3 Key Considerations for your Business Continuity Plan

September 6, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

Gartner research shows that 43 percent of enterprises that experience a substantial loss of business-related data, with no continuity plan on the books, never resume business operations again. Another 51 percent of those that do manage to re-open their doors after a major loss of data, close within...

3 Ways Leveraging a Tech-Based Partnership Streamlines Internal Processes to Reduce Costs & Increase Efficiency

3 Ways Leveraging a Tech-Based Partnership Streamlines Internal Processes to Reduce Costs & Increase Efficiency

August 28, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

Businesses must attain a balance between maximizing productivity, reducing risk, and fulfilling customer requirements. This balance is crucial because while every business has a specialty, few excel at every single aspect of running a successful enterprise – nor should they. An enterprise should...

5 Ways Leveraging a Single-Source Transaction Processing & Information Management Partner can Provide Optimal Service, Delivery & Savings

5 Ways Leveraging a Single-Source Transaction Processing & Information Management Partner can Provide Optimal Service, Delivery & Savings

August 22, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

Partnering with specialized, external suppliers is a time-tested, highly effective way for enterprises to free up resources, enabling them to focus on core business objectives. In fact, 57% of executives interviewed for a recent Deloitte survey on the subject noted that exact reason as their...

A Company History of Exela Technologies: Bringing Together SourceHOV’s End-to-End Transaction Services With Novitex’s Information Management & Document Outsourcing Expertise

July 28, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

Earlier this month, it was announced that Exela Technologies, Inc. ("Exela Technologies" or "Exela"), formerly known as Quinpario Acquisition Corp. 2, had closed the previously announced business combination with SourceHOV Holdings, Inc. ("SourceHOV") and Novitex Holdings, Inc. ("Novitex") to...

Attention Healthcare Organizations: Are You Ready for Open Enrollment?

Attention Healthcare Organizations: Are You Ready for Open Enrollment?

October 13, 2016
Kate Braschayko

The Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) for healthcare insurance providers is fast approaching and now is a crucial time to prepare. The key factors to a successful AEP for your organization include meeting regulatory and compliance requirements and retaining current members while on-boarding new...

Mailroom Vulnerabilities: Where they Appear & How to Address Them

Mailroom Vulnerabilities: Where they Appear & How to Address Them

December 15, 2016
Peter Bohjalian

While digital security gets most of the press as we head towards 2017, physical security of your enterprise is not something that should be overlooked. Although keycards, security cameras, or a physical security presence of guards are all ways you can shore up the entry points or production floors...

3 FAQ’s About Moving Mail & Print Operations to our MegaCenters

3 FAQ’s About Moving Mail & Print Operations to our MegaCenters

February 2, 2017
Peter Bohjalian

Moving one or more operational areas off of your corporate campus is something that makes business executives nervous, and understandably so. The feelings are only amplified when these operational areas contain sensitive, privileged client information; information that must be protected.  ...