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Pitney Bowes Digital Publishing Ready for the On Demand Trade Show

Wednesday, April 17, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

STAMFORD, Conn., April 16 -- Pitney Bowes Inc. will give customers and industry experts an inside look at its breadth and depth of printing and document management solutions at On Demand, April 23-25 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. "Our acquisition last year of Danka Services International positioned Pitney Bowes as a major provider of reprographic and document management services among Fortune 500 companies, and this is the first year we will be showcasing our expertise at On Demand,"stated Karen Garrison, president, Pitney Bowes Management Services. "What is unique about Pitney Bowes from other exhibitors at the show is our ability to integrate workflow and document management throughout an entire enterprise and within an organization's functional groups, such as Accounts Payable, Claims Processing and Human Resources. Our ability to leverage enterprise-wide synergies can provide 40%-60% return on investment for many of our clients.'' Several experts from Pitney Bowes will be on hand to share their knowledge in open educational sessions at the show. Randy Miller, president, Enterprise Accounts, PBMS will participate in a panel discussion entitled "Outsourcing, Insourcing, Omnisourcing: Making the Right Choices"on Thursday, April 25. This session will offer in-depth information for management and digital document services providers to help them determine which document services should be provided in-house and which should be outsourced. Neil Baer, director, New Business Development, PBMS, will participate in the "Print to Mail Integrity"panel discussion on Wednesday, April 24. Attendees at this session will learn about solutions and best practices that ensure the accuracy and integrity of the final printed product to the customer. On Thursday, April 25, Margie Guerrieri, solutions, Automated Document Factory and Business Recovery will take part in the "Creating a Viable Disaster Plan for Your Organization"discussion. This session will explore the basics of disaster recovery and strategies that ensure print and data departments are prepared for recovery challenges. PBMS will showcase its Fleet/Asset Management offering. Through this service, PBMS manages the life cycle of every network printer, copier and fax resource within an enterprise to help maximize infrastructure effectiveness and fleet performance, while minimizing total cost of ownership. In addition, attendees will see a virtual demonstration of "Print It,"a new service that uses Internet or Intranet connections to facilitate the process of submitting print jobs. Other Pitney Bowes solutions on display include solutions from Pitney Bowes docSense and print stream engineering tools from Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies. Dave Gardner, Chief Systems Engineer for Pitney Bowes docSense, will participate in a panel discussion about putting legacy systems on the Web on Wednesday, April 24. Pitney Bowes, a $4.1 billion global provider of integrated mail and document management solutions, is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. The company serves over 2 million businesses of all sizes through dealer and direct operations. Additional information on the company, its products and solutions is available at www.pitneybowes.com.




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