Mit einem neuen CEO positioniert sich Pitney Bowes zielbewusst für die Zukunft und verfolgt engagiert die digitale Transformation des Unternehmens.
Von 2010 bis 2020
Unser Unternehmen setzt die langfristigen Pläne kontinuierlich in die Tat um. Unser Ziel ist es, die komplexe Welt des Postbearbeitung und des Paketversands weiterhin für all unsere Kunden zu revolutionieren.
Pitney Bowes broadens its financial services to create multicarrier shipping payments. By extending its partnership beyond the USPS to also include Fedex and UPS, customers could now consolidate their payment to a single bill even when using a variety of carriers.
Pitney Bowes improves and expands its cross-border offering, evolving into a comprehensive solution. The built-in capabilities and services include marketing, localization, compliance, payments/fraud management, logistics, customer care, technical integration and ongoing global storefront operations.
For the fourth year in a row, Pitney Bowes is recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the world’s most ethical companies.
Marc Lautenbach is named President and CEO of Pitney Bowes. Under Lautenbach and his leadership team, our core corporate value of “do the right thing” is revitalized and contemporized as “do the right thing, the right way” and continues to guide our company today. Lautenbach has been driving successfully the transformation of Pitney Bowes into a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing and financial services.
Pitney Bowes introduces the Global Shipping Program for eBay, a milestone in ecommerce. It enables U.S. marketplace sellers on eBay to easily send products to buyers outside the country – reaching 60 million buyers worldwide today.
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum recognizes Pitney Bowes as its global partner of the year.
Pitney Bowes reinvents its brand, symbolized by a new logo. It expresses how our company delivers accuracy and precision across the connected and borderless world of commerce.
Pitney Bowes CEO Marc Lautenbach strengthens our corporate values by introducing the four C’s: Craftsmanship, Clients, Culture and Community, which serve as our guiding pillars.
Pitney Bowes acquires Borderfree cross-border solutions, greatly expanding our international ecommerce capabilities. Under our clients’ brands, we can now manage all aspects of the cross-border shopping experience, including site localization, multi-currency pricing, payment processing, fraud management, landed cost calculation, customs clearance and brokerage, plus global logistics services.
Pitney Bowes introduces the commerce cloud, a game-changing resource that provides direct access to solutions, analytics and application program interfaces across the full spectrum of commerce.
Pitney Bowes debuts a major advancement in shipping application program interfaces (APIs). Our newest iteration provides our customers seamless access to USPS services, label creation, guaranteed delivery and flexible financing options.
Pitney Bowes launches its first Sendpro® sending device, an integrated shipping and mailing solution that streamlines sending with USPS, Fedex and UPS. This device also connects customers to the Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud, unlocking analytics, APIs and innovative solutions to support their businesses.
Pitney Bowes significantly expands our ecommerce services with the acquisition of Newgistics. The acquisition enables us to deliver a broader range of consumer-focused ecommerce and parcel management solutions to retailers, small and medium-sized businesses and enterprise clients in the U.S.
Wheeler Financial is established, a subsidiary of the Pitney Bowes bank. Drawing upon our 30 years of funding experience and $10B in equipment lending, its purpose is to connect small and medium-size businesses to financing for non-Pitney Bowes equipment.