Pitney Bowes Realigns With Customers In Mind

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Postal equipment and systems provider Pitney Bowes announced a new structural alignment for the company yesterday based more on customer needs than its products.


Pitney Bowes, Stamford, CT, will do away with its historical structure and create two new business units. Global Mailstream Solutions will serve mailers, shippers and postal facilities while Enterprise Solutions will provide high-volume mail and document-management systems, software and services for large customers.


The new formation also synchronizes with its financial reporting structure.


Murray Martin, previously head of the company's Global Mailing Systems unit, will be chief of Global Mailstream Solutions. Matthew Kissner, who previously headed the Information Solutions business unit, takes over Pitney Bowes Enterprise Solutions.


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