Pitney Bowes Exhibits Leading-Edge Solutions at National Postal Forum
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn., Sept. 18 -- Pitney Bowes will display the mailing industry's most comprehensive array of integrated mail and document management solutions at the National Postal Forum, September 21 - 23 in Kansas City, MO.
"Pitney Bowes helps customers of all sizes engineer the flow of their critical business communication, from digital mailing systems and secure mail technologies to mail presort and digital document delivery," said Michael J. Critelli, chairman and CEO, Pitney Bowes. "In line with the recent recommendations of the President's Commission on the U.S. Postal Service, we are leading the way in developing Intelligent Mail offerings and solutions that create high-value, secure mail pieces that also can help businesses, government organizations and mailers increase the impact and decrease the cost of their mail and document flow."
On display at the Pitney Bowes booth, #3473 in the Kansas City Convention Center, will be the revolutionary DM Series(TM) line of mailing systems -- including its flagship model, the DM 1000. The company will feature its PB FIRST(TM) software, which is a complete document creation solution that allows customers to import, reformat, and sort documents in a single user-friendly platform, access address verification and realize postal discounts; and its DI800 Professional Package Inserting System, which offers mid-sized mailers high-volume production capabilities and the ability to customize every mail piece. Also at the booth will be Presort mail services and Pitney Bowes' range of shipping, logistics and tracking solutions, including DeliverAbility(TM), Ascent® and Arrival® logistics and tracking solutions.
Pitney Bowes will showcase the latest offering in its PBMS Mail Management Solutions Suite - Expedited Mail and Package Management. This solution combines the on-site expertise of PBMS mail professionals with state-of-the-art software powered by Pitney Bowes DeliverAbility(TM), Desktop Express, and Ascent®. Companies looking for a solution to simplify and secure the flow of incoming communication will want to see Pitney Bowes dMail(TM) solution, which digitizes incoming hard copy correspondences for e-mail distribution and easier archiving and storage.
In addition, the company will display the FlowMaster high-speed, high integrity inserter; Olympus II high-speed mail sorter to provide the most accurate processing for the corporate incoming mail center; Data Quality software solutions and OnRoute Mail tracking technology to optimize the many business processes associated with the flow of mail and documents.
Mr. Critelli, also co-chair of the Mailing Industry Task Force and Chairman of the Mailing Industry CEO Council, and Deputy Postmaster General John Nolan will provide an update on the progress of the Mailing Industry Task Force and discuss its future direction and priorities.
Donald J. Archer, National Sales Manager of Postal Education at Pitney Bowes, will speak on the top ten concerns all mail center managers face. Jeff Stangle, Senior Product Manager, Pitney Bowes, will cover some new ground in his popular session -- "Returned As Undeliverable: The Silent Thief" -- on how address data cleansing and Move Update compliance can help your bottom line.
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