Pitney Bowes launches online parcel tracking

Pitney Bowes has announced details of a new cloud-based offering for parcel delivery, Sendsuite Tracking Online. It can track parcels while simultaneously updating parcel recipients and enabling mailrooms to report performance against targets.

The software records the details of each parcel, such as date, time, carrier, sender and intended recipient by scanning the barcode on the item’s shipping label. It’s a cloud-based system so there’s little additional software to install, which also reduces the training overhead.

It’s targeted at small and medium businesses processing 15 or more accountable mail parcels per day. It does away with the need to manually log parcels and to keep spreadsheets of their delivery status. It also frees up staff from having to deal with customer enquiries.

It is available in 12 countries across North America, Europe and Asia.




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