Pitney Bowes at EMC World 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Pitney Bowes Management Services, Inc. (PBMS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc., will showcase its extensive capabilities and expertise in enterprise content management and document processing at EMC World 2012, Booth #1015, May 21-24 in Las Vegas.

PBMS’s document processing solutions help clients enhance their customer experience by integrating critical documents and data -- both physical and digital –with enterprise content management systems to drive key business processes and workflows. These solutions, which utilize EMC Captiva for capture, indexing and delivery of business critical documents, are delivered via a “best site” service model that give clients the flexibility of on-site, off-site or a hybrid services model that best meets their unique needs.

“PBMS is a global leader and trusted partner for helping some of the world’s largest enterprises make the transition from physical to digital,” said Scot Laudicina, practice principal, managed mail and document services, Pitney Bowes Management Services. “We’ve continued to enhance our document processing platform and enterprise content management consulting services. As customer communications continue to shift to digital, it is more critical than ever for enterprises to integrate their inbound documents and data with their critical business processes. We’ve combined our document management expertise with the latest technology to deliver a best-in-class outsourced service model for document processing.”

In addition to the booth, several Pitney Bowes document management experts will be on-site to provide complimentary consultations and solution recommendations for attendees. PBMS will also host a learning session titled, “The Impact of Improving Document Capture and Processing” in the Solutions Pavilion on Wednesday May 23, 3:45-4:15 p.m. local time. 

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