Pitney Bowes Inc. has reported a highly successful drupa 2012, with interest and signed orders across its Document Messaging Technologies portfolio of customer communications technology and production mailing solutions.
The showcase event in Düsseldorf, Germany attracted buyers from across the globe and this international audience was reflected in attendance at the Pitney Bowes stand and resulting business.
Significant customer orders were signed, including a sortation order with a Turkish-based courier company, the first sale of a Pitney Bowes IntelliJet 20 Printing System in Mexico, and an order for insertion hardware and workflow software with a Swiss business process and IT outsourcing firm.
“At this year’s drupa showcase, we received wide-spread interest from high-volume printers and mailers around the world in innovative communications solutions that can help them solve business challenges and create more effective connections with their customers,” said Ramesh Ratan, president of Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies. “The event offered an opportunity for Pitney Bowes to highlight new technology and capabilities, and connect with printers and mailers to share ideas and comprehensive, end-to-end solutions to help meet their long-term needs.”
Pitney Bowes’s live White Paper Factory solution was also a highlight with attendees visiting the Company’s booth and demonstrated how the elements of its print, mail finishing, sorting, output management and automatic document factory software integrate to produce highly personalized, full color transactional applications that drive business results and lower operational costs.