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Apr 5, 2010 12:00 AM
Pitney Bowes Inc. (Stamford, CT) will unveil its newest mid-range mail and customer communications solutions at the 2010 National Postal Forum. The Forum will run from April 11 to 14 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN.
Designed as the successor to the DM Series of mailing systems, the high-tech customer communications solutions that Pitney Bowes will reveal are reportedly packed with a wide array of capabilities previously unknown in the mid-range market segment. Details will be announced April 12, 2010.
The 2010 event will take place against the backdrop of the U.S. Postal Service contemplating significant changes to its business model as mail volumes continue to shift in response to changing consumer and business communication styles.
Pitney Bowes chairman, president and CEO Murray Martin says, “It makes perfect sense that, as Pitney Bowes celebrates its 90th birthday, we will demonstrate once again the power of great innovations. We want the National Postal Forum audience to be the very first to see the latest game-changing technologies created, nurtured and launched by the undisputed industry leader.”
In addition to its newest solutions, Pitney Bowes will showcase its hardware, software, services and solutions at the National Postal Forum.
Pitney Bowes experts will lead several of the learning sessions at the conference:
Visit Pitney Bowes in booth 250 at the National Postal Forum.