Ramesh Ratan

Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, Pitney Bowes Inc. announced the IntelliJet™ 20 Printing System now will have an optional 400-feet per minute print speed for producing four-color, customer communications. This important speed and flexibility enhancement can help high-volume transactional mailers and service bureaus extend the performance range of the system to improve run times for meeting critical print production deadlines.

Stamford, Connecticut-based Pitney Bowes Inc. has introduced the MarketSpace™ Web platform in the U.S. to help high-volume transactional mailers connect with third-party advertisers to sell the white space on their statements for targeted advertising opportunities. With the MarketSpace Web platform, third-party advertisers can select and purchase advertising placements based on demographic and geographic targeting for more effective customer communications.

Columbus, Georgia-based TSYS has collaborated with Stamford, Connecticut-based Pitney Bowes Inc. to introduce the TSYS Whitespace Manager, a partner-managed TransPromo solution. TSYS issuing clients, as well as issuers who do not process with TSYS, can access and enjoy the benefits of this innovative solution.

Pitney Bowes Inc. announced the newest addition to its family of high-speed, high-volume mail inserters, the Pitney Bowes(R) Mailstream Evolution(TM) Inserting System. The system will be on display at the National Postal Forum in Nashville, Tenn., next week.

Headquartered in Stamford, Conn., Pitney Bowes has appointed Lori Ann Cerullo as vice president of U.S. sales for its Document Messaging Technologies (DMT) business unit. Cerullo will lead the team responsible for selling DMT’s hardware and software solutions for large enterprise mailers and marketers.

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