Matt Pacheco

Content Marketing Manager

Matt Pacheco is a Content Marketing Manager at Pitney Bowes. He is responsible for corporate & Enterprise thought leadership and rate change content globally. This includes creating top and mid-funnel content, maintaining the Postal Information site, and managing the corporate editorial calendars. Matt holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Quinnipiac University.

Articles by Matt Pacheco

Celebrating 96 Years: 96 Facts About Pitney Bowes

by Matt Pacheco | April 23, 2016 | No Comments

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This month Pitney Bowes is celebrating an incredible 96 years of business. April 23 is our official birthday, and it marks nearly a century of work striving to be a leader in technology solutions that drive commerce forward. In celebration, we thought it’d be appropriate to cull through the archives and present 96 facts about […]


4 Ways to Reinvent Your Business and Become A ‘World Class’ Organization

by Matt Pacheco | September 1, 2015 | No Comments

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Whether you’re a local business or a global enterprise, you want to set a high standard for quality and service. You want to earn your customers’ trust and loyalty. You desire consistency and growth in terms of business performance, finance, employee satisfaction and brand equity. All of these factors describe a “World Class” organization. And […]


Road to NPF 2015: The Importance of Visibility in Ecommerce Shipping

by Matt Pacheco | May 14, 2015 | No Comments

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Just days before we head to Anaheim for this year’s National Postal Forum (NPF), we wrap up our Road to NPF 2015 series with a look at the challenges retailers and shippers face when it comes to shipping visibility, particularly in Ecommerce. I spoke with Judy Kalus, a shipping product expert, who has 12 years […]


Road to NPF 2015: Challenges & Opportunities of Mailing in the Financial Services Industry

by Matt Pacheco | April 23, 2015 | No Comments


Thousands of mailing and shipping professionals will gather in California next month for the annual National Postal Forum to confer with leaders in the postal and shipping spaces on trends and developments and the latest innovations and technologies available to businesses, large and small. Ultimately, the need to serve the customer better, hold a competitive edge […]


Q&A with Cinnabon’s Kat Cole: Staying Close to the Customer

by Matt Pacheco | January 26, 2015 | No Comments

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There are leaders who talk about great customer service, and then there are those who know how to roll up their sleeves and deliver it. Count Kat Cole in the second group. From her first job at 19 as a waitress at Hooters, to her current position as president of Cinnabon, Cole, 36, has made […]


4 Ways Brands Can Score an Engagement Goal During the World’s Biggest Soccer Match

by Matt Pacheco | June 25, 2014 | No Comments

Social media can connect companies with customers during big events.

This month, the largest soccer series in the world is taking place across a dozen different cities in Brazil. It’s estimated that about 600,000 foreigners will be flying into the country and far more than that will be watching the games at home. These viewers are a diverse, engaged and global audience. Not only that […]


The Top 3 Most Social-Savvy, Soccer-Crazy Countries

by Matt Pacheco | June 16, 2014 | No Comments

Social media will take a big part in the world's biggest soccer game.

During the World Soccer Match, there will be almost as much noise on social media as there will be in the stadium. Soccer fans are extremely active across social channels like Facebook and Twitter, and the series of games in Brazil may set new social media records. There’s no telling which team will come out […]


The World Soccer Match in 2014: A True Multichannel Experience

by Matt Pacheco | June 11, 2014 | No Comments

The world soccer match in Brazil will be a multichannel experience.

Four years ago, during the last World Soccer Match, a lot of people still didn’t have smartphones. The first iPad had only been out for one year and streaming services were only starting to take shape. In fact, some mobile carriers still offered unlimited data plans by default. And most companies weren’t paying attention to […]


Pitney Bowes: No Client Data Vulnerabilities Found After Heartbleed

by Matt Pacheco | May 22, 2014 | No Comments


Pitney Bowes has been investigating and closely monitoring the potential impact of the Heartbleed bug, and despite its far-ranging effects, our IT security and support team have not uncovered any vulnerabilities in our technology environment that would compromise our clients’ data privacy. What exactly is HeartBleed? Heartbleed is essentially a coding error contained in the […]