Pitney Bowes

Careers at Pitney Bowes

When you think about your career, think Pitney Bowes. We recognize that our people are key to our success. Simply speaking, our business growth depends on the talent of our people. At Pitney Bowes, you will have an opportunity to grow and develop, positively impact the business and work in an environment where performance is rewarded and appreciated.

About Pitney Bowes

People often think of us for mail, but our mission has always been broader: helping businesses grow by communicating more effectively with their customers and prospects. Today, we're doing it with powerful new technologies that enable businesses to engage each customer individually, using whatever channel works best: web, mail, text or email. Founded in 1920, we are today a multi-billion technology company with 2 million customers around the world. Our customers include:

  • 90 percent of the FORTUNE 500 companies
  • 1 million small businesses
  • Non-profits and government agencies

We're experienced in meeting the unique needs of a wide range of customers across major industry segments, like financial services, telecommunications, healthcare and government. And we're widely recognized as a responsible company, a leader in diversity and a strong supporter of the communities where we operate.

Specialties: Customer Communication Management, CRM, Secure Transactions, Records Management, Location Intelligence, Predictive Analytics, International Shipping, Global Ecommerce, Postage Meters, Document Management, Ink and Toner

Headquarters: 1 Elmcroft Rd. Stamford, CT 06926 United States

Website: http://www.pb.com

Industry: Business Supplies and Equipment

Company Size: 16,000+ Employees

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