Pitney Bowes Exhibits Industry Leading Mail And Document Management Solutions At Post Expo 2005
Press release from the issuing company
PARIS, September 29, 2005 - Pitney Bowes Inc., provider of the world’s most advanced mailing solutions for posts and businesses of all sizes, will showcase leading edge mail and document management solutions at the 2005 POST EXPO in Paris, October 3 - 5, 2005. Michael J. Critelli, Chairman and CEO of Pitney Bowes will deliver the keynote address, Growing MailStream Value, on October 3, 2005 at 10:50 am. Mr. Critelli will also co-host, with Edouard Dayan, the Director General of the Universal Postal Union, a dinner for leaders of the global postal industry.
"Pitney Bowes is dedicated to delivering the world's most innovative solutions that help customers and posts better serve their respective markets," said Mr. Critelli. "As the postal markets in Europe are liberalized, posts are looking for ways to be more competitive and deliver more value-added services to their customers. As a leading mailing technology provider, we are working with the postal operators to provide an integrated, end-to-end channel that delivers enhanced customer value."
POST EXPO is an annual event that brings together top-level postal executives from more than 100 countries to participate in the World Postal Business Forum, organized in association with the Universal Postal Union (UPU), and seven Technology Workgroups. Pitney Bowes is leading the Workgroup on "Enhancing the Value of Mail." The product show also provides an opportunity to see an unrivalled collection of the latest generation technology solutions that are driving the Mailing Industry forward.
On stand D5 in hall 1, Pitney Bowes is unveiling powerful and innovative new solutions, each designed to support Posts and the industry in the drive to 'grow the mail'. Our solutions are focused on the corporate, small business and retail postal mail environments and provide the technological expertise to boost the value of mail as a vital communication channel for businesses of every size. Inventive new products for Posts and consumers that add convenience to mail usage, for example, a self-service postal kiosk, will also be on display.
In addition, also featured will be the "Pushing the Envelope" display. This display shows Pitney Bowes' efforts to raise money for literacy charities in France, Germany, UK and the USA. Visitors to the event can place a bid on eBay for any of the celebrity envelope designs. Visit www.pushingtheenvelope.info for more information.
In his keynote address, Mr. Critelli will discuss how the mailing industry can use partnership and innovation to generate growth and value. "Mailers, posts, carriers and technology and solutions providers like Pitney Bowes have an exciting opportunity to make the MailStream more valuable than ever before," said Mr. Critelli. "Innovative products and value-added services promote the usage of mail, help businesses communicate with their customers and facilitate remote commerce."
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