Stamford, Connecticut-based Pitney Bowes Inc. announced a new collaboration with PageTech, a leader in PCL (Printer Control Language) print stream conversion software, for the Volly secure digital delivery service. With this integration, a wider range of document providers, including small businesses, credit unions and print service providers, will have access to a digital platform. The alliance will enable PageTech clients to efficiently deliver their customer communications — statements, monthly bills, notices—electronically to consumers through Volly in an easily viewed PDF format.
PageTech provides several software applications that support conversion of PCL output to vector-based PDF formats, which allows for easy and secure delivery of communications to Volly’s users. PageTech has extensive presence in the service bureau, credit union and regional bank industries.
“We are thrilled to promote Volly along with our gold-standard enterprise applications to our current and prospective clients,” said Robert Pooley, president of PageTech. “Our goal is to provide pre-built integration to small businesses in the U.S. so they can have the opportunity to take advantage of Volly and optimize communications to their consumers.”
Volly, a digital delivery service that will be free to the consumer, organizes bills, statements and important household documents in one place, and will provide easy bill payment functionality. All documents will be stored securely, and will be instantly retrievable on a computer or any web-enabled device on demand.
“With this technology from PageTech, Volly will be able to connect with a myriad of businesses and provide them with access to an engaging digital communications channel bringing them directly to their customer,” said Chuck Cordray, president of Volly.
For more information, visit www.volly.com.