Communisis signs ten-year deal with Pitney Bowes

Communisis, one of Europe’s leading providers of customer communications for major brands, has signed a decade-long contract with Pitney Bowes for mailing insertion solutions and software. Communisis will use the equipment at its Transactional Print & Mail Centre of Excellence in Yorkshire, UK, having already set up a similar centre in Liverpool, UK, also working with Pitney Bowes.

Communisis is experiencing rapid growth as it manages physical and digital communications for its major corporate clients. The integrated solutions and support, including on-site engineers, provided by Pitney Bowes will help run these transactional mail services.

David Herridge, Managing Director, Communisis said: “It was straightforward to engage Pitney Bowes because they provide physical and digital end-to-end solutions that deliver intelligence at each critical touch point in the print and mail operation. This enables us to deliver critical documents with precision and accuracy and run an effective continuous improvement programme across our business which supports our mission of becoming a world-class leader in Intelligent Communication Management”.





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