STAMFORD, Conn., - Pitney Bowes Management Services, Inc. (PBMS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc., will showcase its recently enhanced capabilities in the area of Document Processing Solutions at EMC World Las Vegas 2011. Pitney Bowes recently announced an alliance with EMC Corporation to deploy EMC Captiva Intelligent Enterprise Capture software as its document and data capture technology for both hosted and on-premise offerings to enable efficient and cost-effective processing of documents and data.
EMC World will be held May 9-11 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. EMC World has become a premier forum for IT professionals responsible for designing, building and operating advanced IT environments.
"PBMS is helping its enterprise clients to transition from physical to digital," said Johanna Boller, vice president, Global Solutions Management, Pitney Bowes Management Services. "Our Document Processing Solutions offer clients the flexibility of on-site, off-site or a hybrid services model to manage their critical documents and data in both physical and digital formats. Our partnership with EMC allows us to leverage Captiva to capture physical and digital documents and forms, extract the critical business data and deliver the documents and data into a client's business process or workflow. Combining the capabilities of Captiva with our expertise in managing physical and electronic documents creates a very powerful outsourced services option for document processing."
PBMS is among the first global document process outsourcers using the entire Captiva portfolio and will be a preferred outsourcing partner for EMC.
In addition to its booth presence, practice principal of PBMS' Managed Mail and Document Services, Scot A. Laudicina, will co-host a briefing with Curtiss Spinks, director, Administrative Services, Corporate Services / Shared Services at TIAA-CREF titled "Capture & Document Process Outsourcing for the Enterprise". The session will be held on Wednesday, May 11 from 8:30 – 9:30am in room Galileo 905.