STAMFORD, Conn., February 12, 2001 - Pitney Bowes Inc., (NYSE: PBI) the leader in global, integrated mail, messaging and document management, today announced the launch of the company's new unified e-commerce portal www.pitneybowes.com. Linking customers across all Pitney Bowes product and service offerings, the new web site offers a single point of interaction for information, transactions, communication and support, and provides a scalable foundation for Pitney Bowes' growing e-business offerings.
"When developing the site, our goal was to present a unified Pitney Bowes face to our customers, even though our product and service offerings are spread across separate business units," stated J.J. Kennedy, director, Web Strategy and Development. "To do this, we organized web content to reflect specific solution sets that are easily recognizable and searchable for the customer, irrespective of where those solutions exist in our various businesses."
For example, customers interested in outsourcing some of their mission critical business processes will now find that Business Recovery Services, Litigation Copy Services, and Mail Management are all under the Outsourcing Services section. Customers interested in billing and statement production will find a host of solutions that range from mail creation and meter products, to online billing solutions, like Pitney Bowes' docSense.
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