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Pitney Bowes to Showcase Advanced Mail, Management Solutions at MailCom

Friday, May 04, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

STAMFORD, Conn. May 3, 2001 - Pitney Bowes, Inc. (NYSE: PBI), the global leader in mail, messaging and document management, will showcase the latest state-of-the-art integrated solutions for businesses of all sizes at MailCom 2001, May 9-11, at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The company (booths #119, 137, 209 and 241) will feature leading-edge direct marketing solutions for high-volume mailing, document management and delivery, data quality, electronic bill presentment and payment, and desktop shipping solutions for medium and large firms. Pitney Bowes Mail Management Center will be featured -- an end-to-end system integrating top of the line mail finishing systems like Pitney Bowes Galaxy and Paragon with the company's Ascent package management system - a multi-carrier shipping solution. The Mail Management Center enables users to confirm delivery, manage carrier costs, and maximize mailing and shipping productivity in one integrated system. The company will also unveil its Arrival 4.0 package management system with client/server support. Arrival 4.0 accurately manages and tracks incoming packages at multiple sites across an enterprise from one central database. "More than ever before, we're developing solutions to help companies of all sizes manage critical basic business processes more effectively and efficiently. Our collaborative customer-focused approach, along with our unparalleled expertise in mail and document management solutions, helps customers manage the messages, money and business information around their own mission-critical processes," said Michael J. Critelli, chairman and CEO of Pitney Bowes. Pitney Bowes solutions featured at MailCom include: * Advanced mail-processing equipment, including two high-speed, high-volume transaction mail systems. Incorporated in these systems is a generic application for preparing credit card invoices that enables personalization for 1:1 marketing programs. Also included are software solutions that offer cost control options such as shop floor reporting and remote site monitoring of shop floor operations. * Pitney Bowes' Desktop Express, desktop software that eliminates paper airbills and gives users the ability to compare services and prices to better manage, track and allocate costs for expedited or critical documents and package deliveries. * Return Mail Workstation from Pitney Bowes docSense, an in-house data quality system that returns undeliverable mail and checks the accuracy of customer address data against a powerful third-party database. Other featured product offerings from docSense include its Mailing Efficiency and Data Quality suite of solutions for maximum postal savings; Digital Document Delivery (D3), a state-of-the-art electronic statement presentment solution; and Site View, a web-enabled job tracking system that allows users to monitor any software and equipment used throughout the entire print production process. * Pitney Bowes Incoming Messaging Solutions' (IMS) M3 Mixed Mail Manager. The M3 takes in mixed mail, reads the address, locates the recipient in the employee database and sorts the mail accordingly. It sorts mail many times faster than normal manual methods, and supports the widest range of mail, including postcards, letters, flats, interoffice, or package-like mailers. Pitney Bowes is a $4 billion global provider of integrated mail, messaging and document management solutions headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. The company serves over 2 million businesses of all sizes through dealer and direct operations.

 

 

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