Supporting the small business owner is part of the fabric of Pitney Bowes. We established the Pitney Bowes Credit Association to provide our customers with flexibility in financing their postage equipment from Pitney Bowes.
Supporting our clients.
From 1970 to 2020…
Today, we still provide lending for postage equipment, but we’ve expanded into the financing of third party equipment. We established Wheeler Financial to extend our commitment to Main Street, helping businesses finance more of their capital expenditures so they may continue to thrive and grow efficiently.
Pitney Bowes continues its global expansion into the Asia Pacific region.
Pitney Bowes adds fax machines to its equipment offerings. By the 1980’s, our company holds a 45% share of the corporate fax machine market.
We establish the Pitney Bowes Credit Services Corporation, created to help clients lease their Pitney Bowes equipment.
Pitney Bowes updates its logo to better reflect its broadened portfolio of products and services. The redesign symbolizes the intersection of paper-based and electronic communications.
Australia Post begins its partnership with Pitney Bowes.
Pitney Bowes introduces a modern breakthrough in convenience: Postage by Phone. For the first time, you could reload postage on your meter without traveling to the Post Office. This time-saving innovation was initially developed by Robert C. Pitney, the son of the company founder Arthur Pitney.