The ability to generate, assess and rapidly deploy new ideas in any economic cycle
- a notion of sustainable innovation - has become a critical capability in today's
In an era of shrinking snail mail volume, can a 90-year-old company best known for
selling postage meters persevere?
Murray Martin speaks with Robert Reiss, host of the nationally syndicated radio
program, The CEO Show, about innovation and the Pitney Bowes strategic plan.
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Pitney Bowes uses software to mine the collective intelligence of our
workforce to solve problems, reduce costs, and find new markets.
For the past nine decades, Pitney Bowes has been the industry leader, has conquered
unchartered territory and has been the first to do what had not been done before.
Business headlines from this past year highlighted recessions, layoffs and budget
cuts. Behind the scenes, however, some companies used the economic downturn as a
springboard to innovation.
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In tough times, this venerable mail and documents company boosted not only its R&D
spending but the creativity of its approach.