Pitney Bowes Offers First Class Seminar

In a Tuesday afternoon seminar, Chris Giles, VP Solutions and Competitive Marketing for Pitney Bowes, pointed out that 75% of the jobs printers typically produce end up in the mailstream at some point. “You need to ask your customer how that piece is ultimately going to be used,” he urged. Whether printers bring mailing in-house or act as the go-between to deliver the job to a mail house, capturing the job from beginning to end reinforces customer loyalty.

Gary Blumenthal, Director, Postal Payment Solutions, rounded out the session by explaining the details of Pitney Bowes’ no-risk, deferred postage payment plans that are available to commercial printers.


 

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