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Pitney Bowes and Dell Team to Offer Internet Postage

Sunday, January 21, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

STAMFORD, CT -Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) and Dell Computer Corporation (NASDAQ: DELL) today announced an agreement to bring enhanced small business solutions to the market. Dedicated to providing Internet-enabled solutions to small business owners, PitneyWorkssm will offer ClickStamp® Online software pre-installed on Dell™ Dimension™ and Inspiron™ small business computers. Available this quarter, the computers will allow small business owners to conveniently print postage right from their desktop. ClickStamp Online, the next generation Internet postage product from PitneyWorks, is the only Internet postage service that allows small business owners to import and print customized logos and graphics onto an envelope, turning that envelope into a professional marketing piece. ClickStamp Online is available today at www.pitneyworks.com. "This alliance will help small business owners manage routine daily transactions by giving them a complete mailing package that can generate, address and print postage right from their desktop," said Elise DeBois, president of PitneyWorks. "PitneyWorks is strategically pursuing alliances with like-minded companies in various industries. Companies like Dell share our high standards of excellence and can enhance the distribution and reach of our PitneyWorks suite of products and services into the rapidly growing Internet-enabled small business market. It's a win-win situation for our common customers." "By including ClickStamp Online software on our small business computers, Dell is making it easier for our small business customers to simplify their everyday transactions using the Internet," said Terry Sadowski, vice president and general manager of Dell's small business group.

 

 

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