(November 17, 2008) Pitney Bowes' commitment to mobile working has been recognised at the People Moving Business Awards. The awards, launched by Microsoft in 2007, recognise the champions of mobile working across British industry, and are also supported by The Work Foundation and the Chartered Management Institute.
Pitney Bowes won the 'Best implementation of mobile technologies (cross-sector)' category for its implementation of Antenna Software's AMP Service mobile field service in a bid to automate the dispatch of work to its hundreds of European engineers.
Ray Lawes, VP EAME Service Operations, collected the award at a ceremony in Wembley Stadium on 24th September 2008.
Ray comments: "We are delighted that our commitment to mobile working has been recognised. As a technology company, it is important to not only develop our own technology but also adopt innovations that can keep us ahead of the game and improve business processes. Our implementation of mobile working has enabled us to make our customer services more efficient while also reducing costs."
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