Pitney Bowes Case Analysis

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Pitney Bowes Case Analysis Executive Summary Pitney Bowes Inc. is the world's largest seller of postage meters and related supplies. The company dominates the market place domestically as well as globally. However, with the expanding reach of electronic mediums, the industry is evolving quickly. While postage meters will undoubtedly still have demand well into the future, the growth of this market is near its plateau. The letter is continually being displaced by electronic media and internet advertising. To sustain revenues in the long term, Pitney Bowes has diversified its product mix into businesses such as document services, including letter production and design software, facilities management, and outsourced marketing. Company Background For the past 90 years, Pitney Bowes Inc. (PBI) is the world's largest manufacturer and supplier of postage meters and mailing equipment. The company went public and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1950. Pitney Bowes Inc. is a Stamford, Connecticut-based manufacturer of software and hardware and a provider of services related to documents, packaging, mailing, and shipping. The organization has nearly forty thousand employees worldwide and operates many other locations including centers in Danbury, Connecticut, Shelton, Connecticut, Troy, New York, and Lanham, Maryland. The company's first postage meter invention served as the primary driver of the initial success that the company experienced and other paper-mail

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