Stamps.com's Management To Present At The 14th Annual Needham Growth Conference Call Transcript

Stamps.com Inc.(STMP)

Stamps.com’s Management to Present at the 14th Annual Needham Growth Conference Call

January 12, 2012 01:30 pm ET

Executives

Kyle Huebner - CFO

Analysts

Presentation

Unidentified Analyst

Good afternoon and welcome back and we will get the afternoon session started with Kyle Huebner, CFO of Stamps.com.

Kyle Huebner

Thank you, good afternoon. Welcome to the Stamps.com company presentation. A copy of the presentation is available on our IR website and there are copies for the presentation in the back of the room as well.

So first, the Safe Harbor. This presentation may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. We will refer you to our filings with the SEC for a further review of these risks. So today I am going to talk about the PC Postage business which is our core business. I will talk about the service overview, the marketing, market opportunity, talk a little bit about photo stamps and then talk about the metrics and financial trends and the business model.

So our PC Postage business which we call our core business, software-based internet service that lets customers find, print their own USPS approved postage, requires only a PC and a printer. There's no specialty hardware that would be required as you have with a more traditional meter system. Its structure is a monthly subscription service fee, plus the cost of postage that the customer would buy. Easy to get started becoming a customer, you come to our website, you register for an account, you download the software, you buy postage and a prepaid model and then print it out as you need to for your mailing and shipping.

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