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Pitney Bowes Presented with Data Driven Excellence Award by the United States Postal Service (USPS)

Friday, May 10, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Award Recognizes a USPS Partner Whose Use of Data Creates Disruption in the Mailing and Shipping Industry

Stamford, Conn. – Pitney Bowes Inc., a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of shipping and mailing, data, and ecommerce, announced today it has been awarded with the United States Postal Service (USPS) Headquarters Data Driven Excellence Award at the premier mailing and shipping industry event, National Postal Forum (NPF).

Pitney Bowes’ partnership with USPS dates back to the company’s inception. They are a certified “work-share partner” of the USPS, helping them sort and process 16 billion pieces of mail annually. Pitney Bowes champions the postal service’s use of data to improve their customer satisfaction. Most recently, Pitney Bowes piloted Informed Delivery, a data-driven USPS innovation, within its client base.

“We are honored to be recognized as an industry trailblazer for our use of data to inform operations, drive innovation and improve customer satisfaction,” said Jason Dies, Executive Vice President & President, Pitney Bowes SMB Solutions. “The Informed Delivery and Visibility projects are excellent examples of how our relationship is making mail more powerful for our clients. We look forward to working with the USPS for many years to come.”

Pitney Bowes and the USPS will celebrate their 100th year as partners in 2020.

 

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