Pitney Bowes Exhibits Mailing Solutions At Post Expo 2001 in Geneva
Press release from the issuing company
GENEVA, Oct. 8 Pitney Bowes Inc. provider of the world's most comprehensive mailing solutions for posts and businesses of all sizes, will showcase some of its innovative offerings at the 2001 Post Expo in Geneva, Switzerland (October 9-11). The company's exhibit will feature a broad array of digital mailing products and services that range from "intelligent'' terminals to a powerful modular system for electronic bill presentment and payment (EBPP). In addition, Pitney Bowes Chairman and CEO Michael J. Critelli will address the global postal community to share insights on strategic partnership opportunities and will co-host a dinner with the Director General of the Universal Postal Union, Thomas E. Leavey, for postal industry leaders from around the world.
"We believe that the international postal marketplace represents enormous growth potential as posts and businesses strive to improve efficiency and enhance customer satisfaction,'' said Mr. Critelli. "To this end, we will continue to leverage our unparalleled expertise in mail and document management to deliver innovative, end-to-end solutions that support our customers' key business imperatives, such as managing their message, money and business information. In addition, we have significantly strengthened our global presence and added new technologies, talent and distribution channels through the strategic acquisitions of Bell & Howell's International Mail and Messaging Technologies and Danka Services International and the pending acquisition of Secap.''
At the heart of Pitney Bowes' suite of digital mailing solutions is IntelliLink(TM), a state-of-the-art intelligent, network architecture. IntelliLink(TM) connects Pitney Bowes digital mailing solutions with customer, postal and carrier information technology and services to provide a number of benefits to both posts and mailers. Such benefits include: critical information on customer behavior to help posts protect and grow revenue; access and deliver valuable new services and products; build customer loyalty and enhance operational efficiency; and cost-savings.
"IntelliLink(TM) enables two-way communications between customers and posts, creating significant opportunities and benefits for both parties, including access and delivery of valuable new services like Delivery Confirmation,'' said Leslie Abi-Karam, President, Pitney Bowes Global Mail Creation/Mail Finishing. "Only Pitney Bowes offers a comprehensive range of ''intelligent" solutions for posts and businesses of all sizes.''
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