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Group 1 Software Shows Address Quality and Postal Optimization Solutions at MAILCOM

Press release from the issuing company

LANHAM, Md., May 3 -- Group 1 Software, Inc., a Pitney Bowes Company, today announced that it is showcasing a full suite of address quality and postal optimization solutions in Pitney Bowes' booth#609 at MAILCOM, being held May 3-6, 2005, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Through demonstrations, mailing professionals will learn how they can implement world- class solutions to improve mailing processes and maximize discounts. Group 1 Software is showcasing various software and services that maximize efficiency and effectiveness for high-volume mail operations. Demonstrations include: Group 1's new DualCoder(TM) address quality solution for premium address cleansing; Address Now(TM) for rapid online and Web global address processing; and Universal Coder(TM) for global batch address processing. Also being demonstrated is the new Mail.dat Viewer(TM) module, designed for MailStream Plus presort software, to optimize productivity in mail operations. Finally, Group 1 is demonstrating the new integration of StreamWeaver print stream engineering software with CODE-1 Plus address quality software and MailStream Plus presort solution for automated postal optimization. Further underscoring the company's total commitment to mailing efficiencies, Group 1 also announced Mail.dat viewer and Delivery Point Validation (DPV) features within its CASS coding engines. With DPV, users can now more accurately validate the USPS deliverability to a particular house or apartment suite. "With the Pitney Bowes acquisition of Group 1 Software last year, we've been able to create new synergies and best-of-breed solutions to enable high- volume mailers to, maximize postal discounts, enhance mail delivery and reduce returned mail costs," said Bob Bowen, President of Group 1 Software. "Using our solutions, mailers will be able to minimize the impact of the postal rate increase and make improvements in postal optimization and to utilize world- class address quality and postal solutions for even greater savings, productivity and customer satisfaction," Bowen concluded.