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Pitney Bowes is a global innovation business most understood for its postage meters and other mailing equipment and services, and with recent expansions, into global e-commerce, software application, and other technologies. The company was founded by Arthur Pitney, who created the first commercially available postage meter, and Walter Bowes as the Pitney Bowes Postage Meter Business on April 23, 1920.
Pitney Bowes offers consumer engagement, consumer information management, international e-commerce, area intelligence, and mailing and shipping services to roughly 1 million consumers in about 100 nations around the world in 2016. The business is a certified "work-share partner" of the United States Postal Service, and helps the firm sort and procedure 15 billion pieces of mail yearly. Pitney Bowes has actually also commissioned studies related to international e-commerce.
Pitney Bowes is based in Stamford, Connecticut, and runs a 300,000-square-foot Global Technology Center for production and engineering in Danbury, Connecticut. The business has 33 operating centers throughout the United States, and additional offices in Hatfield (United Kingdom), New Delhi, and Tokyo. Since December 2016, Pitney Bowes utilized approximately 14,000 individuals worldwide.
In 1902, Arthur Pitney patented his first "double-locking" hand-cranked postage-stamping machine, and, with patent attorney Eugene A. Rummler, established the Pitney Postal Machine Company. In 1908, English emigrant and founder of the Universal Stamping Machine Company Walter Bowes started providing stamp-canceling makers to the United States Postal Service. Bowes moved his operations to Stamford in 1917. These two business merged to form the Pitney Bowes Postage Meter Company in 1920 with the invention of the very first commercially offered postage meter. The company produced its first logo design, which" the security of the metered mail system", in 1930. In 1950, Pitney Bowes started a marketing project in nationwide publications with the message, "Metered mail makes the mailer's life much easier". In 1971, the company introduced a new logo design, which represented the "crossway of electronic and paper-based interaction". Pitney Bowes was valued at around $18 billion in December 1998.
In April 2003, Pitney Bowes filed a lawsuit in Seattle's King County Superior Court versus Mark Browne and Howard Gray, who established the completing company Nexxpost in 2002, along with six other previous workers, for" in disobediences ranging from misappropriation of trade tricks to breaking privacy agreements". The two companies reached a settlement in August 2003.
The company reported a profit of $498.1 million in 2003. In 2005, Pitney Bowes' revenue and profits increased by more than 11 percent, and the company utilized 32,500 people. In 2006, the business had $5.7 billion in annual profits and more than 35,000 employees.
In 2008, in combination with other companies, Pitney Bowes contributed 2 of its 3,400 patents to the Eco-Patent Commons, which is run by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, in an effort to minimize contamination. In 2009, Pitney Bowes was called one of the world's largest software application companies by Software Magazine.
According to the Hartford Courant, Pitney Bowes was eligible to receive as much as $27 million in aids over 5 years as part of the state's "First Five" program, for keeping 1,600 staff members and including 200 more. Pitney Bowes unveiled its brand-new logo in January 2015, replacing one utilized considering that 1971; the rebranding campaign, which included an updated website and marketing, reportedly expense in between $40 million and $80 million.
In February 2012, the credit rating for Pitney Bowes International Holdings was reduced by Fitch Ratings from BBB+ to BBB. Moody's mentioned "an enhancement in the business's operating margin to around 19%, from about 15% traditionally, following the sale of its labor-intensive management services business" and "an operational restructuring which might yield yearly cost savings of up to $170 million by 2016."
In 2016, the company released its very first television marketing campaign in nearly twenty years; "Craftsmen of Commerce" cost $20 million and consisted of three advertisements for nationwide news and sports networks. Pitney Bowes revealed a six-month startup accelerator program, "Scale-Up", in August 2016. Business that took part in the program, which was a collaboration with NASSCOM's 10,000 Startups effort, consisted of: eCourierz, an online automatic shipping tool; Infinite Analytics, an information analytics business; the digital health platform Medimojo; Niki, which utilizes expert system to make ordering procedures simpler; Sponsifyme, a geolocation-integrated marketing platform, and Wedosky.
The business utilized 15,700 people and made $3.4 billion in revenue in 2016, which was a 5 percent reduction from 2015. In March 2017, Pitney Bowes left the S&P 500 Index, having actually been listed since the stock market index was developed in 1957, and joined the S&P 400.
Divestitures and acquisitions
In 1995, Pitney Bowes sold Dictaphone Corp., which produced interaction and dictation recording systems, to an affiliate of the financial investment group Stonington Partners Inc. for $450 million. Imagistics International was spun-off from Pitney Bowes' photo copier and fax service in 2001.
Pitney Bowes likewise obtained Danka Services International (part of Danka Business Systems PLC) for $290 million in cash, and the French postage meter business Secap. In 2002, Pitney Bowes obtained the Omaha, Nebraska-based mail presorting company PSI Group for $130 million, followed by the Landover, Maryland-based DDD Company, which developed mail and messenger services, for $49.5 million in 2003.
In 2004, Pitney Bowes got the Lanham, Maryland-based company Group 1 Software, which develops mailing technology, for $380 million, as well as International Mail Express for $29 million. In February 2005, Pitney Bowes finished transactions in Brazil and India, expanding into both markets for the very first time. In Brazil, the company partnered with Semco Participacoes to form Pitney Bowes Semco Equipamentos e Servicos, providing mailing equipment, production mail, and software application services. Pitney Bowes got the mailing division of Kilburn Office Automation Limited, forming the New Delhi-based Pitney Bowes India. Pitney Bowes obtained the lawsuits assistance services supplier Compulit Inc. one month later on, producing Pitney Bowes Legal Solutions. Pitney Bowes acquired the marketing services company Imagitas in 2005 for $230 million in stock, which was sold to Red Ventures in 2015.
The business spun-off Capital Services in 2005 to New York private-equity group Cerberus Capital Management. Pitney Bowes obtained numerous companies in 2006, including Emtex and its output management software application for $41 million, and the Providence, Rhode Island-based business Ibis Consulting, Inc., which provides electronic discovery services, for almost $67 million. The company also obtained Advertising Audit Service, PMH Caramanning, and the Bellevue, Washington-based business Print Inc., which supplies print management services.
In 2007, Pitney Bowes acquired MapInfo Corporation and its location intelligence solutions. The company moved out of MapInfo's structure in North Greenbush, New York's Rensselaer Technology Park, and into other offices within the science park. Pitney Bowes likewise obtained the Toronto-based client relationship management services company Digital Cement for almost $40 million in cash.
The British software application development company Portrait Software was acquired by Pitney Bowes in 2010 for almost $64.8 million in money. In May 2015, Pitney Bowes acquired the online shopping services service provider Borderfree for about $395 million.
In mid-2016, Pitney Bowes acquired Maponics, which supplies "geospatial limit and contextual data", for a concealed amount. Pitney Bowes combined its Des Plaines operating center into a bigger Naperville facility.
In mid-2018, Pitney Bowes' Document Messaging Technologies (DMT) division was gotten by Platinum Equity in exchange for $361 million, and the newly gotten company was re-branded as BlueCrest.
In August 2019, Syncsort announced plans to obtain Pitney Bowes' software services organisation for approximately $700 million. The transaction was finished in December 2019.
Marc Lautenbach has acted as Pitney Bowes' president and CEO considering that December 2012. He has actually been credited with prioritizing development and moving the company into e-commerce and other technology services. In 2016, Stanley Sutula III was called executive vice president and primary monetary officer; he was successful Michael Monahan, who continued in the function of a chief running officer. Other essential workers includes Mark Shearer, who works as executive vice president, along with president of worldwide SMB options; Lila Snyder, president of worldwide e-commerce; Bob Guidotti, president of software solutions; and James A Fairweather, who works as primary innovation officer.
Previous CEOs consist of Murray D. Martin, who served from 2007 - 2012, and Michael J. Critelli, who worked as chairman and primary executive for 10 years. Other previous CEOs consisted of: George Harvey, Fred Allen, John Nicklis, Harry Nordberg, and Walter Wheeler.
Pitney Bowes presented the Model M Postage Meter, which was licensed by the United States Postal Service on September 1, 1920. The company released the first mass-market meter designed for desktops in 1949. The first automatic mail sorters were introduced by the company in 1957, and mail inserters were created in 1961 to increase efficiency and decrease expenses connected with volume mailing. In 1968, Pitney Bowes developed the first upc code equipment for retail use.
Pitney Bowes introduced Paragon, which affixes and calculates postage based on size and weight, in 1992. In the 2000s, Pitney Bowes presented its DM1000 Mailing System and IntelliLink technology, a new collection of digital postage meters called the DM Infinity Series, 4 AddressRight printers, and the IntelliJet Printing System.
The business enhanced its Internet-based shipping service in 2011 with the intro of its 'pbSmartPostage' mailing tool, which" postage, bundle routing, shipping management and reporting into a Web app that can be accessed from any PC with a printer". In 2015, Pitney Bowes introduced its AcceleJet inkjet system, which targets transactional printers and is planned for business printing at high volumes. In addition to stuffing envelopes, weighing documents, and printing postage, the 2015 model of the Relay Multi-Channel Communication Suite scans and uploads files and offers email marketing functions. Pitney Bowes introduced its EngageOne Video software application solution in September 2015, providing personalized and interactive video delivery experiences.
In January 2016, Pitney Bowes started utilizing innovation by Electric Imp to make it possible for Internet connection for postage meters. The software develops a maintenance program, explains and tracks issues with makers, and enhances data sharing. In March, Pitney Bowes presented Single Customer View, which uses the company's Spectrum Technology Platform to assist in data sharing. The client relationship management aggregator is not particular to the medical industry however marks a push into the health care field. In April 2016, Pitney Bowes introduced its "Commerce Cloud" system, enabling clients to compute payments, print labels, and procedure worldwide deals, to name a few tasks, using the company's applications.
In mid-2016, the business introduced its first channel program and partnered with infotech companies, consisting of international systems integrators Accenture and Capgemini, to help business interact and discover with clients. The business launched a digital device, called SmartLink, in July 2016; the item was developed in cooperation with Electric Imp and connects postage meters to Pitney Bowes' cloud-computing technology, and enabling other upkeep and tracking services. Pitney Bowes likewise launched a suite of digital services, consisting of Clarity Advisor, which gathers device information to "fight unintended downtime"; Clarity Optimizer, which utilizes analytics to increase productivity; and Clarity Scheduler which, according to Computer Weekly, "automates the placement of the best task on the right device at the correct time".
Pitney Bowes launched its SendPro300 product in October and announced its Commerce Complete for Retail platform for broadening global e-commerce companies. Pitney Bowes introduced its SendPro C Series in September 2017.
Pitney Bowes introduced the subsidiary Wheeler Financial to supply devices financing to little and medium companies in March 2019.
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|Shipped from the Global Shipping Center to International Destination|
|On its way to ERLANGER, KY, 41025|
|CINCINNATI OH NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTER|
|Delay at the Global Shipping Center|
|Customs Documentation and Labeling|
|Tracking Details Uploaded|
|ERLANGER, KY, 41025|
|Arrived at the Global Shipping Center|
|In transit - Exception|
|Out for Delivery|
|Alfreton, Derbyshire, GB|
|Processing at the Global Shipping Center|
|Erlanger, Kentucky, US|
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