Pitney Bowes Shows Business Recovery and Secure Mail Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn., Feb. 14 -- Pitney Bowes will showcase its Business Recovery Services and Secure Mail solutions at the 2002 Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Show and Conference, February 20-21, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. This event will provide corporate decision makers with valuable solutions to manage and protect their mission critical business communications processes against the threat of disaster.
"Recent world events and the threats of anthrax contamination have heightened awareness among high level business executives about the criticality of their communications processes,'' stated Michael Mack, director, Automated Mailing and Business Recovery Services, Pitney Bowes Management Services. "The life-blood of a company, including its revenue and customer relationships, flows through its mail stream. Pitney Bowes keeps print and mail operations moving and insures that companies can deliver their important documents such as billing, invoices, financial statements, and check reimbursements despite disasters or unplanned events. It is imperative that any company consider this function when developing their own disaster contingency plans.''
Attendees at the show will learn how selecting a provider with dedicated front line technology and a professional staff to back-up their high volume communications is a sound investment and how to develop the details of their requirements without being a mainframe print expert. Through its 70,000 square foot Business Recovery Center, Pitney Bowes helps businesses maintain their most critical print and mail capabilities and can serve as an off-site overflow print provider. Because it operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, businesses are assured that their mail printing and distribution process operate seamlessly, and that they can maintain their reputation and competitive position in the marketplace.
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