Mailing/Fulfillment - Software

Pitney Bowes to Host 2008 Business Solutions Forum
September 18, 2008

STAMFORD, CT—September 18, 2008—Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), the world's leading mailstream technology company, will host its annual 2008 Business Solutions Forum on September 23rd at its world headquarters in Stamford. The Forum will offer an opportunity for customers to gain insight on new ways to manage their mailstream and transportation more efficiently, reduce mail and shipping costs, and manage growth in challenging times.

Pitney Bowes Launches New Mailstream Productivity Series
September 9, 2008

STAMFORD, CT—September 9, 2008—Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), the world’s leading mailstream technology firm, today announced the introduction of the new Mailstream Productivity Series, a new generation of ultra high-speed production mail systems. This new family of intelligent ultra high speed mail finishing systems takes virtually non-stop performance to a new level, running up to 26,000 mail pieces per hour with greater flexibility, and fewer stoppages and outsorts. The systems are driven by the newly designed mailstream engine featuring interchangeable friction and rotary feeders, high productivity inputs and enhanced envelope sealing. The Mailstream Productivity Series redefines performance by leveraging an 18% increase in

Handwork: A Profitable & Efficient Approach
March 27, 2008

Handwork is completed in every mailing, fulfillment, quick print and printing establishment in the country. Handwork has the potential to provide the highest profit margins to our business compared to any other business component. Is your company experiencing these high profit margins? If not, plan to attend this hands-on session conducted by Tom Quinn, Director of Fulfillment Services, MFSA.
Tomwill lead this fast session which includes: how to price hand assembly services, using workflow models, handwork estimate, line balancing and other critical activities for success. Mr. Quinn will share his experience in this area of handwork and will answer your questions concerning handwork projects. This comprehensive course is designed for owners, vice presidents of operations, estimators and handwork supervisors from mailing, printing or 3PF companies.
Webinar objectives include:

* Learn a handwork estimating model.
* Demonstrate how to properly set-up a handwork area.
* Provide line balancing tips to gain better efficiency

Pitney Bowes to Eliminate 1,500 Jobs
November 19, 2007

STAMFORD, CT—Mail services specialist Pitney Bowes will reduce its workforce by about 4 percent, or roughly 1,500 jobs, as it continues its quest to provide digital, networked and downloadable products.Pitney Bowes plans to write off inventory and lease residuals of older equipment that it will quit selling, and will take a charge of between $300…

Pitney Bowes Powers Up the Mailstream with TransPromo for Transactional Mailers
August 29, 2007

STAMFORD, CT—08/29/07—According to technology research firm InfoTrends’ forecasts, full color digital TransPromo pages are set to grow at a 91% compound annual growth rate through 2010. In fact, according to an InfoTrends study, 63% of consumers indicate a preference for TransPromo documents over traditional direct mail. In line with this trend, a recent Pitney Bowes survey reveals that Americans spend twice as much time reviewing printed bank and credit card statements than their Web equivalents. The Pitney Bowes survey also found that consumers pay more attention to direct mail than to prospecting emails. “The most powerful customer experiences occur when the right message is

Pitney Bowes Announces New Executive Leadership Roles
March 19, 2007

Murray D. Martin Appointed President and Chief Executive Officer; Michael J. Critelli Named Executive Chairman STAMFORD, CT—03/19/07—Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) today announced a new executive leadership structure to position the company for continued growth in a changing environment. Effective May 14th, Murray D. Martin, the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer, will become President and Chief Executive Officer. Michael J. Critelli, the company’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will assume the newly created position of Executive Chairman. Effective immediately, Mr. Martin also is appointed to the company’s Board of Directors. As CEO, Martin will assume full strategic and operational responsibility for the company,

Domino Makes Splash
April 1, 2004

GURNEE, IL—Ink-jet printer manufacturer Domino is making headlines with its commercial printing division following the release of its Domino-ON-Demand variable data printing solution. The Cambridge, UK-based manufacturer, which operates in 120 countries, invited a group of North American journalists to its U.S. facility here recently for a sneak peek at Domino-ON-Demand, which comprises estimating, prepress, proofing and printing modules. Its coming was also foretold at Graph Expo last September. During the Gurnee visit, reporters were given a first-hand look at the system in action. Domino modified the print head—held down by positive pressure—to include built-in height adjustment, and the width was reduced to 100mm. Domino has also