New Format Designed to Enhance Attendee Experience and Improve Information Exchanges and Best Practices
Troy, New York, — January 12, 2010 -- Pitney Bowes Business Insight, the leading global provider of data quality and location intelligence solutions, today announced that its annual Insights User Conference will be held from May 12-14, 2010 in Miami, Florida. This year’s three-day conference will provide attendees with practical tips and tricks, innovative ideas and networking to help them better connect with their customers and grow their business. The new format for the Insights User Conference 2010 features three unique forums for in-depth coverage of specialized core business topics, including the Customer Communication Management (CCM) Forum, Location Intelligence Forum and the Everything Postal Forum.
For several years, the Insights User Conference (formerly MapWorld & Group 1 User Conference) has helped customers realize the full potential of Pitney Bowes Business Insight solutions. Attendees will learn how Pitney Bowes Business Insight software, data and enterprise solutions can manage their communications across all delivery channels for greater consistency, efficiency and impact. In addition, attendees will hear tips and tricks, share applications, solve real-business problems and learn from fellow users and Pitney Bowes Business Insight experts.
“We are extremely excited for the 2010 Insights User Conference,” said Mike Hickey, president of Pitney Bowes Business Insight. “Each of the new forums is designed to provide specific information delivered in more interactive, in-depth and hands-on sessions. The Insights User Conference continues to be an ideal venue for empowering customers with the product knowledge they need to maximize the business impact of Pitney Bowes Business Insight solutions.”
Each of the three forums has been designed to provide attendees with highly specialized information.
The Customer Communication Management Forum features more than 30 sessions in two tracks: “Best Practices” and “Technical Workshops.” A few of the CCM Forum highlights in which attendees can expect include:
• Interactive sessions, workshops, hands-on training
• Best practices for batch, OnDemand and Interactive documents
• DOC1 new feature workshop
• Real-world CCM case studies and customer success stories
The Everything Postal Forum presents content on mail efficiency, postal compliance and automation. There will be more than 30 mail-specific sessions that have been designed to help participants leverage their data and mailing solutions for more streamlined operations, greater accuracy and lower costs. A few of the forum highlights include:
• Intelligent Mail® barcode implementation and applications
• Address validation with CASS® certified software
• Enterprise address management for mail and postal compliance
• Linking print and mail operations with production intelligence
The Location Intelligence Forum features nearly 40 sessions covering the latest solutions for geographic data analysis and mapping. Each session has been designed to help participants realize the full potential of their location intelligence solutions for improved operational efficiency and a deeper understanding of their business and markets. Forum highlights include:
• Location Intelligence case studies from the government, insurance, financial services, communications and retail industries
• An in-depth look at the future of mapping and geographic data analysis solutions
• MapInfo Professional® training
• Improving risk exposure management practices with location intelligence
• Ways to benefit from parcel boundary and point-level geocoding
The Pitney Bowes Annual Insights User Conference 2010 will take place May 12-14 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Miami, Florida. Individuals that register for the conference before December 31st will save $200. For more information, please visit http://go.pbinsight.com/insights2010.
About Pitney Bowes Business Insight
Pitney Bowes Business Insight (PBBI), a division of Pitney Bowes Software Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc., provides a unique combination of location and communication intelligence software, data and services that enable organizations to make more informed decisions about customers, competition and market expansion. Pitney Bowes Software is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE–PBI). With the industry’s most comprehensive set of solutions for maximizing the value of customer data, PBBI provides the tools required to more effectively locate, connect and communicate with customers in today’s global markets. Leading organizations rely on PBBI solutions to increase the accuracy and effectiveness of customer information delivery and drive profitable growth. Visit
www.pb.com for more information.
Elizabeth Meurs or Kristin Mulligan
Phone: 518-285-6000 or 781-684-0770