For the past two years, we have been publishing POST*Info in the form of
a bimonthly electronic newsletter, accessible via the Postal Technology
Centre (PTC) website, which we distribute to our subscribers via e-mail.
POST*Info is now embarking on a new phase. In order to meet its
prime objective, namely that of fostering cooperation between
Telematics Cooperative members and regularly informing users
of the latest products and activities, we have decided to change
POST*Info’s frequency and to optimize its content, but also to
restrict its distribution.
Our aim is to provide our membership and users with ever more
diverse and useful information. The POST*Info newsletter will be
published more frequently in order to better inform you about our
activities, via a secure private network, the PTC extranet.
POST*Info will provide you with information on the strategic
decisions of the Telematics Cooperative, and with short articles
on the latest features of PTC applications and new patches.
One part will be reserved for your participation, so as to enable
you to share your work experiences (postal projects implemented,
etc.) with the POST*Info readership throughout the year, and
to give your views on future Telematics Cooperative and PTC
POST*Info may be consulted by any person authorized to access
the private section of the PTC website, which also contains
a wide variety of other information, including meeting reports,
meeting documents, release notes and service packs for applications,
The private section of the PTC website may be accessed by Telematics
Cooperative members and users of PTC products only. If
you fall into one of these two categories, but have not yet received
the data (login and password) required to access the private
section, please complete the form available via the following link:
All registered users will receive the POST*Info newsletter via e-mail,
but will need to enter their login and password to open and read
it (the archives containing previous issues will be available under «General information»).