Pitney Bowes Names Patrick Brand President, Document Factory Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn.-- Pitney Bowes Inc., the mailstream technology firm, today announced that Patrick Brand has been appointed President, Document Factory Solutions, a $600 million global line of business within Document Messaging Technologies.
In his new role, Brand will be responsible for driving revenue and profitability in the production mailing business including the recent acquisition, Sure-Feed Engineering. He will also work across Pitney Bowes on cross-selling and on corporate growth strategy and execution. Brand reports to Leslie Abi-Karam, Executive Vice President and President, Document Messaging Technologies.
Throughout his career at Pitney Bowes, Brand has consistently delivered results in each of the corporate and business unit roles he has held. He joined the Document Factory Solutions (DFS) business in 2003 and, in his most recent role as Vice President of U.S. Sales, he led the business unit to double-digit revenue and EBIT growth.
"Pat is a strategic leader with a proven track record. He understands how to build customer loyalty and increase employee engagement to achieve superior business results. I'd like to personally congratulate him on his outstanding achievements in this dynamic business," said Abi-Karam. "With this organizational change, we are positioning ourselves to further grow our core business while leveraging new opportunities through acquisition and innovation."
Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies provides systems, software and service solutions that optimize an organization's mailstream. These Customer Communication Management (CCM) solutions leverage intelligence across production, customers and channels to deliver cost savings and revenue growth in an automated document factory environment.
"Document Factory Solutions leverages leading-edge technology and world-class support to enable our customers to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their mailstream communications," said Brand. "Customers can continue to count on us to deliver the innovative solutions that are necessary to effectively deal with the rapidly changing market and regulatory environment."
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