Posts Tagged ‘ innovation ’

How New Mail Center Technology Will Make Your Job Easier

by Lynda Hansen | May 28, 2015 | No Comments

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When the iPhone 6 hit the market last fall, Apple fanatics weren’t the only ones excited by its new capabilities. Filmmakers applauded the phone’s improved video camera, which shoots at a quality that is on-par with many of today’s high-end DSLRs, according to Apple executive Phil Shiller. For filmmakers, it’s now possible to shoot entire […]

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Online Retail in Focus: 5 Key Takeaways from Post-Expo 2014

by Eric Kempton | October 21, 2014 | No Comments

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Global online retail is the engine that is driving across-the-board change in the postal industry. That was the prevailing theme at last month’s Post-Expo 2014 in Stockholm, Sweden, where 2,000 attendees from 73 countries converged to discuss the trends that are impacting postal carriers. eCommerce is increasingly global and the sheer volume of goods being […]

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Is it Always a Good Thing to Stand Out in the Crowd?

by Candice Russell | March 29, 2013 | No Comments

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Last week at the National Postal Forum I was able to join a group of some of our best clients for a dinner at Alexander’s Steakhouse. It was a wonderful meal with excellent wine, and Alexander’s surprised us by serving green cotton candy in honor of St. Patrick’s Day at the end of the meal. […]

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7 Must Attend Customer Communication Industry Events to start 2013

by Candice Russell | February 1, 2013 | No Comments

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Today is the first day of February. Did any of your New Year’s Resolutions stick? If any of these resolutions made your list… Get out and have more fun Enjoy my job Earn more money …here are some excellent North American events that can make it possible for you to achieve your goals in 2013. […]

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Olympic fever hits Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies

by Candice Russell | July 26, 2012 | No Comments

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I have Olympic fever. My brain translates every project I am working on into Olympic terms—What sport would a sorter excel at?—How is that marketing campaign like a relay race?—Would my division win a gold medal with that strategy? As I eagerly await the Opening Ceremonies and over two weeks of total sports overindulgence, I […]

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Creating an Environment for Innovation

by Candice Russell | January 26, 2012 | No Comments

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Next week we are opening our doors in Danbury, Connecticut for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the transformation of our Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technology Center in…

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