Pitney Bowes Solutions on Display at LegalTech in New York
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn., Jan. 27 -- Pitney Bowes Management Services will display innovative integrated mail and document management solutions to professionals in the legal community at this year's 2004 LegalTech in New York, February 2-4, 2004 at the New York Hilton.
"Increasingly, law firms are seeking solutions that deliver better service and increased value for their clients, while increasing operational efficiencies and lowering overhead," stated Thomas Biegacki, Director, Legal Technology, Pitney Bowes Management Services. "Pitney Bowes has been in the legal market for nearly two decades. Our ability to combine our knowledge of legal processes with state-of-the-art technology, allows us to keep our customers ahead of the technology curve so that they can deliver additional value-added services to their clients, and ultimately, focus more on their core business."
To meet the demands today's document intensive legal environment, lawyers and administrators need access to cutting edge solutions, whether those solutions are on- or off site. Solutions on display include:
* Litigation Support Services including Imaging, Coding, Document Production and Electronic Evidence Discovery
* Records Management
* Digital Conversion and Disaster Recovery
* Word Processing and Desktop Publishing
* Electronic Distribution, Print and Cost Recovery Solutions.
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