Wheeler Financial from Pitney Bowes

Equipment Financing for Main Street

Rely on Wheeler Financial to secure the capital you need for critical purchases so you can focus on what really matters:
driving growth and delivering success.

Pitney Bowes: A legacy of commitment to small and middle market businesses


About Wheeler Financial

Rely on Wheeler Financial as a partner you can depend upon to fully optimize your business potential.

Christopher Johnson SVP, & President, Pitney Bowes Financial Services video play small

Lee Bergeron, VP & General Manager, Wheeler Financial video play small


Speed and Simplicity

Whether you are looking for machinery in construction, software in business services, medical equipment in healthcare, material handling equipment in retail or distribution, or industrial machinery in manufacturing, we can tailor the right solution to meet your needs.


Unique Advantages

As a leading institution for small to medium sized businesses, Pitney Bowes has been financing their purchases of equipment for over 30 years. 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. Wheeler Financial is a subsidiary of the Pitney Bowes Bank Inc., Member FDIC.

Christopher Johnson SVP, & President, Pitney Bowes Financial Services video play small

Lee Bergeron VP & General Manager, Wheeler Financial video play small


Our Name

Wheeler Financial, named after a renowned inspirational Pitney Bowes CEO, comes from a partner you can always count on. Walter Wheeler was a visionary at Pitney Bowes – and in global commerce -- for four decades. Walter Wheeler’s impact continues to drive us today as his commitment to "Do the Right Thing, The Right Way" drives everything we do.

Insights for your business

securing equipment financing is harder than ever 


Challenged by access to capital: the current state of the SMB economy

The small to mid-sized business economy has been growing dramatically over the past 10 years. However, a lack of financing options is a significant barrier to growth.

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Be poised for growth in 2020

Learn how to take advantage of emerging opportunities and avoid potential obstacles by understanding capital options for your business.

Capital challenges facing minority and women-owned businesses 


Capital challenges facing minority and women-owned businesses

Minority and women-owned businesses are growing. However, capital for growth is hard for them to obtain.

Top six reasons to finance your next business purchase 


Top reasons to finance

Capital is in high demand. You must invest in critical assets in order to grow -- or even maintain -- your business.

Credit and collateral are subject to approval. Terms and conditions apply. This is not a commitment to lend.