The U.S. Postal Service delivered more than 6 billion packages in 2018, and many of those included bound and packet mail – larger than a standard envelope but smaller than a parcel or shipping box. Enrollment kits from healthcare companies, orders from booksellers, and catalogues from retailers are included in this bound and packet mail category.
Don’t let paying for postage slow you down. Working with Pitney Bowes Presort Services gives you access to options that allow you to prepay or pay later for USPS postage, which helps you gain flexibility.
As more organizations need to employ location intelligence and see it as a competitive advantage, and as governments find the efficiencies realized from utilizing geoprocessing, Pitney Bowes stands as a global leader to deliver comprehensive solutions to the market.
We live in a world where, whether you realized it or not, location influences business decisions every day. From risk management within Insurance or coverage mapping within Telco, to site selection in Retail, and city planning within Public Sector, each of us is impacted by business decisions that are influenced by location information.
Today, GIS is not just software. It’s data. It’s people. It’s getting to the answer. Quicker. Data is expanding. More users demand access to information but don’t consume the information in the same way as a GIS professional would.
Engaging your customer can improve the customer experience. Learn how to deliver relevant and engaging interactions across the customer lifecycle, build brand loyalty, gain valuable insight and deliver the exceptional customer experience.
New versions of Pitney Bowes EngageOne® Video, EngageOne Converse and EngageOne Communicate make it easier than ever to deploy personalized, interactive campaigns across multiple channels simultaneously.
How do we balance the worlds of digital and physical when it comes to engaging the customer at their moment of need? Listen to the Pitney Bowes podcast on Mobile Marketing and how it can help retailers get to buyers at the moment of intent.
The last day of this thought leadership event focused on the technologies driving profound changes in the retail industry, and how those technologies will help retailers meet rising consumer expectations.
Retail (R)Evolution 2018 may be in our rear-view mirror now, but that hasn’t stopped us from thinking over all the great sessions we attended and speakers we heard from during our two days in Orlando. One of our most anticipated panels was the session on returns, and how to leverage returns for creating repeat business with customers.
America’s 30 million small businesses and 200,000 middle market firms are the heartbeat of the US economy. Together they generate 75 percent of new jobs and 50 percent of the nation’s revenue. They are a barometer of our nation’s prosperity.