Pitney Bowes adds to its ecommerce offering in the USA

By Dan Wilson October 30, 2018 - 7:49 pm

Pitney Bowes provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing, and data and has announced this week the launch of new applications to help simplify shipping. The new services will be delivered through the SendPro C-Series, and were created through an ecosystem of third-party global developers, startups and partners on the Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud. The new applications will be delivered in partnership with Google Cloud’s Orbitera commerce platform.

They say that the new developments represent the latest milestone in the company’s journey to reinvent and expand its business into the $40 billion digital commerce and shipping market. Since the launch of the SendPro C-Series Android platform last year, two global Hackathons brought together developers from major technology communities and innovation platforms to focus on simplifying shipping, mailing and related workflows by integrating with Pitney Bowes.

Our Android sending solution, allows us the flexibility to quickly bring to market a breadth of applications and solutions from not only Pitney Bowes, but from our technology partners as well. We’ve created a powerful ecosystem that is delivering incredible new value to our clients, helping them simplify the complex world of shipping.
– Manish Choudhary, senior vice president, global SMB products and strategy, Pitney Bowes

The SendPro C-Series is a digital multi-carrier platform that enables organisations of all sizes to easily select the ideal sending option for every parcel, letter and flat they send. The Shipping Calendar saves on shipping costs by allowing retailers to choose the cheapest shipping option based on target delivery date and the front office assistant is an application that manages visitors and appointments, and tracks time for employees and contractors.

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