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Pitney Bowes Launches Mail Management Centers for Multifunctional Mail Centers

Press release from the issuing company

Stamford, CT (May 01, 2001) - Pitney Bowes (NYSE: PBI) Global Mailing Systems, the world leader in mail and document management technologies, introduced the Mail Management Center, an end-to-end mail management system that enables users to confirm delivery, manage carrier costs, and maximize mailing and shipping productivity from one integrated system. The Mail Management Center integrates top of the line mailing systems like the Galaxy and Paragon with the Ascent package management system - a multi-carrier shipping solution. The Mail Management Centers consolidate the handling of tasks that mailing operations perform every day - from sending out routine letter mail, to processing packages, to using expedited services. Plus, new carrier services like delivery and signature confirmation can now be handled electronically by the Mail Management Centers, thereby avoiding the incremental charges some carriers levy for processing these transactions manually. "Businesses look to Pitney Bowes for solutions for their mailing and shipping applications. The Mail Management Centers provide users with a way to increase productivity and meet the changing demands of their customers." stated Tim Bates, Vice President, Marketing, Pitney Bowes Mailing Systems. To introduce these new centers, a special promotion has been created. A free PC, an integral component in the Mail Management Center, will be given to any business that purchases either a Mail Management Center I or II by June 30, 2001.

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