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Pitney Bowes Management Services Becomes Novitex Enterprise Solutions

Friday, October 04, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

John Visentin Appointed Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

STAMFORD, Conn., Novitex Enterprise Solutions today unveiled its new brand and announced the appointment of John Visentin as executive chairman and chief executive officer. Novitex, formerly Pitney Bowes Management Services, delivers secure, technology-enabled document and communications solutions that improve work processes, enhance customer interactions and drive growth. The company was recently acquired by funds affiliated with Apollo Global Management, LLC.

Visentin brings extensive experience managing multibillion dollar business units in the IT services industry, including senior executive roles at Hewlett-Packard and IBM Corporation. Most recently, he was executive vice president of HP Enterprise Services.

"John is an extremely talented executive with the perfect complement of skills to establish Novitex as the partner of choice for our clients," said Matthew Nord, Partner at Apollo.

"We are delighted to introduce Novitex Enterprise Solutions, a world-class, independent services and solutions provider, dedicated to delivering unmatched value and service to our global client base," said Visentin. "I am honored to join a company with such a great heritage of innovation, service excellence and talented people. Our legacy in communications management services provides a strong platform to build on to help clients optimize and integrate their workflows and business processes to enhance profitability, increase productivity and maximize results."

 

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