Pitney Bowes Exhibits Integrated Mail and Document Mgt Solutions at Postal Forum
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn., April 9, 2003 -- Pitney Bowes will exhibit the mailing industry's most comprehensive array of integrated mail and document management solutions at the National Postal Forum, April 13 - 15 in New Orleans.
"Pitney Bowes helps businesses engineer the flow of their communication, from digital mailing systems and secure mail technologies to mail presort and digital document delivery," said Michael J. Critelli, chairman and CEO, Pitney Bowes. "We are proud to be leading the way in Intelligent Mail by delivering solutions that create higher value mail pieces that help businesses, government organizations and mailers of all sizes increase the impact and decrease the cost of their mail and document flow. By encoding mail with machine readable information -- including data about the mailer, the recipient, the postal product used, or contents -- that is collected as the mail piece travels through the postal network, businesses can communicate more effectively with customers and the Postal Service can better optimize their workforce and network to decrease costs."
On display at the Pitney Bowes booth, #505 in the Morial Convention Center will be the revolutionary DM Series(TM) line of mailing systems -- including its flagship model, the DM 1000. The company will also introduce Budget Manager, a new software system that allows customers to leverage the data in their mailing operations -- including mailing costs, departmental expenses and internal accounting information -- to better manage their mail center's operations. For small to mid-sized mailers, Pitney Bowes will showcase its new DA 300 address printer that helps create more professional looking mail pieces. Also available will Pitney Bowes DeliverAbility(TM) enterprise package management solution, and the Ascent(TM) and Arrival logistics and tracking solutions.
In addition, the company will display the FlowMaster high-speed, high integrity inserter; Olympus II high-speed mail sorter with Voice Sort, which uses sophisticated voice recognition technology to provide the most accurate processing for the corporate incoming mail center; Return Mail and Data Quality software solutions and the latest Track and Trace technology to convert every mail piece into Intelligent Mail to optimize processes associated with the flow of mail and documents.
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