STAMFORD, Conn. -- Pitney Bowes Management Services, Inc. (PBMS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc. has now added Stand-By Recovery Service to its business recovery and business continuity offerings.
Pitney Bowes Stand-By Recovery Service is designed for businesses with mail and print needs that are less complex than higher volume mailers. It provides companies with standard recovery-level service during times of business interruption. Typical mail applications that could be recovered as part of this new service include revenue-generating documents such as invoices, as well as documents needed to meet a company’s regulatory compliance requirements.
Lee Yeaton, vice president, Sales, Business Recovery Services, explains, “all that’s required to enroll in the new Stand-By Recovery Service is for an organization to determine its volume needs and then confirm that its documents meet a standard profile. Organizations with more complex mail and print applications however, must go through a more in-depth process of describing and testing each application before we can determine the business recovery service that’s best for their needs.”
“Man-made and natural events that have been in the news over the past few months, including wildfires and public health crises can present serious challenges to business continuity,” Yeaton said. “Pitney Bowes can help protect businesses from the risk involved with these types of situations by providing extensive expertise in business recovery processes and procedures and state-of-the art technology designed to serve as a back-up for organizations that have mailing requirements compatible with our on-the-floor technology.” Yeaton noted that Pitney Bowes has the largest hot site dedicated to business recovery available in the U.S.
Pitney Bowes Management Services designs, implements and operates solutions that provide enterprise clients with critical communication, mail and document lifecycle services that result in more effective, efficient and compliant business processes and operations. For additional information on all Pitney Bowes business recovery and business continuity services, log on to www.pbmanagementservices.com/brs.
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