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Pitney Bowes to Showcase Document Processing Solutions for State Governments at NASCIO 2012 Annual Conference

<p class='bwalignc'> <b>Featuring a Roundtable Discussion with State of Indiana CIO Brian Arrowood</b> </p>

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Pitney Bowes to Showcase Document Processing Solutions for State Governments at NASCIO 2012 Annual Conference09:09 EDT Thursday, October 18, 2012 STAMFORD, Conn. (Business Wire) -- Pitney Bowes Management Services(PBMS),a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), today announced that it will participate in the National Association of State Chief Information Officers' (NASCIO) 2012 Annual Conference, October 21-24 in San Diego. Pitney Bowes will showcase its extensive capabilities and expertise in enterprise content management and document processing that can help public sector organizations operate more efficiently and effectively. The annual conference provides a unique opportunity for state government and corporate members to discuss the issues facing the information technology field in the public and private sectors. Pitney Bowes will also host a breakfast roundtable event on Monday, Oct. 22, 7:30am at the Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego with co-host and special guest Brian Arrowood, CIO, State of Indiana. For more information, please visit www.nascio.org. Pitney Bowes's long-standing partnership with the State of Indiana provides testimony to the benefits of our capabilities to state governments. In the last five years, Pitney Bowes has helped the State of Indiana save more than $15 million by consolidating document management, print and mail operations for the state's eight largest agencies under one team that leverages people, processes and technology to improve government operations and enable the state to better execute its mission to serve the public. To learn more about how our innovative solutions yield success at the State of Indiana, please visit: http://www.pb.com/Management-Services/news-and-resources/Case-Studies.shtml. “Pitney Bowes is a global leader and trusted partner for helping some of the world's largest enterprises enhance their physical and digital document processing and records management,” said Herman Velasquez, vice president, public sector, Pitney Bowes Government Solutions. “For state governments and agencies, we can leverage this expertise and our innovative technology to better manage their physical and digital documents and records to enhance their service to constituents while driving savings via process optimization and streamlined workflows. By consolidating and optimizing their records, print, and mail management operations, we can reduce their costs and enhance their core services to citizens.” About Pitney Bowes Pitney Bowes Management Services designs, implements and operates innovative communication, document and mail management solutions that help companies around the world drive business process efficiencies, increase productivity, reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction. Delivering more than 90 years of invention, Pitney Bowes provides business communications software, mailing systems and services that integrate physical and digital communications channels. Long known for making its customers more productive, Pitney Bowes is increasingly helping other companies grow their business through advanced customer communications management. Pitney Bowes is a $5.3 billion company with 29,000 employees worldwide. Pitney Bowes: Every connection is a new opportunity™. www.pb.com Pitney Bowes Inc.Colette Cote, 203-351-6132Colette.Cote@pb.comTwitter: @ColetteCote