Pitney Bowes

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Considering a Services Approach for Data Quality

    When There Are Needs for Accurate, Complete, and Consistent Data Across Many Organizational Uses, a Services Approach to Implementing Data Quality Should Be Considered. Using a Single Tool Set and Common Implementations Reduces Redundancy, Duplicated Effort, and Duplicated Rules. Selecting a Single Vendor Simplifies the Licensing, Training, and Maintenance. in...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Behaviour-Based, Location-Aware SLA Management for 4G Wireless Services: Meeting the Technical and Financial Challenges Posed by the Transition to High Bandwidth, Latency Sensitive 4G Wireless Services

    4G wireless service promises enhanced end-user bandwidth, latency sensitivity and network reliability. Enterprise users, for example, will enjoy support for video conferencing, on-site real -time event management and other features such as corporate LAN applications. But as organizations begin to evaluate how these services interface with both their on-site and...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Transpromo Takes Off For B2B Communications

    Few businesses choose to communicate by mail alone, recognizing that today's client or customer appreciates the convenience of choice. However, there has been no mass replacement of mailed communications with digital, with many recipients preferring a hard-copy record of transactions. Indeed, there are certain documents that businesses are duty-bound to...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Data Warehousing: The Keys for a Successful Implementation

    Data warehousing systems have become an integral part of IT systems for large and small organizations from across the world. A powerful, efficient and reliable system helps organizations to systematically store large volumes of data and provide relevant and timely access. Moreover, the organizations are dependent on their data warehousing...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Patterns in Data Quality - A Method for Organizing Enterprise Data Quality (Web) Services in Service Oriented Architectures

    Different industries have varying business processes to satisfy their customers. While the data universe often differs, patterns can be developed to improve the data quality. Improved data quality not only increases productivity, it also enhances the value and utility of business information for operational and analytical purposes. Improved data quality...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Data Quality Considerations for a Master Data Management Structure

    Companies acquiring companies. Human Resources sharing information with Finance. Businesses spanning multiple countries. What do all of these scenarios have in common? The sharing of data. What is the critical need shared by all of these scenarios? Data management. Master Data Management, to be exact. In today's business environment, mergers...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    e-Messaging from Pitney Bowes Business Insight- a Butler Group Technology audit report

    Read this comprehensive report from The Butler Group on the Pitney Bowes Business Insight e-Messaging solution. e-Messaging enables high-volume delivery; helps personalise messages; analyses the aggregated delivery and response status; develops workflow-based automated response systems to message replies; and indexes and archives messages to offer a customer-centric view. Client organisations...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    The Value of Location Intelligence in the Communications Industry

    Public Services are under pressure, the challenge is to do more with less. How do you improve citizen satisfaction, increase cost efficiencies and improve service delivery? The power of location intelligence is helping many local authorities and government departments make more informed decisions and derive greater value from current location-based...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Mentor Graphics- customer case study

    Mentor Graphics sought to find a way to improve the quality of its customer data and more efficiently utilize this information to better target leads. However, with a number of disparate databases in place, it was a challenge to reconcile duplicate records. Read their story to learn how they overcame...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    Pitney Bowes Case Study: Scotiabank

    Scotiabank, Canada's international bank, employs nearly 56,000 individuals, and along with its affiliates, serves upwards of 10 million customers in approximately 50 countries around the world. Scotiabank faces the challenge of expanding its branch locations across international geographies and managing these markets remotely, while also being cognizant to the impact...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Maintaining Mail Safety and Security on a Budget

    "Never Waste a Good Crisis." This phrase is being heard everywhere these days. Faced with tight or even "crisis" budget levels, many organizations may be tempted to scrimp on spending for their mail security activities. They should however be using this unique opportunity to implement preventative actions to both save...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Data Quality Considerations for a Master Data Management Structure

    Companies acquiring companies. Human Resources sharing information with Finance. Businesses spanning multiple countries. What do all of these scenarios have in common? The sharing of data. What is the critical need shared by all of these scenarios? Data management. Master Data Management, to be exact. In today's business environment, mergers...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    e-Messaging from Pitney Bowes Business Insight- a Butler Group Technology audit report

    Read this comprehensive report from The Butler Group on the Pitney Bowes Business Insight e-Messaging solution. e-Messaging enables high-volume delivery; helps personalise messages; analyses the aggregated delivery and response status; develops workflow-based automated response systems to message replies; and indexes and archives messages to offer a customer-centric view. Client organisations...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    The Value of Location Intelligence in the Communications Industry

    Public Services are under pressure, the challenge is to do more with less. How do you improve citizen satisfaction, increase cost efficiencies and improve service delivery? The power of location intelligence is helping many local authorities and government departments make more informed decisions and derive greater value from current location-based...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Mentor Graphics- customer case study

    Mentor Graphics sought to find a way to improve the quality of its customer data and more efficiently utilize this information to better target leads. However, with a number of disparate databases in place, it was a challenge to reconcile duplicate records. Read their story to learn how they overcame...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Data Warehousing: The Keys for a Successful Implementation

    Data warehousing systems have become an integral part of IT systems for large and small organizations from across the world. A powerful, efficient and reliable system helps organizations to systematically store large volumes of data and provide relevant and timely access. Moreover, the organizations are dependent on their data warehousing...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Patterns in Data Quality - A Method for Organizing Enterprise Data Quality (Web) Services in Service Oriented Architectures

    Different industries have varying business processes to satisfy their customers. While the data universe often differs, patterns can be developed to improve the data quality. Improved data quality not only increases productivity, it also enhances the value and utility of business information for operational and analytical purposes. Improved data quality...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Maintaining Mail Safety and Security on a Budget

    "Never Waste a Good Crisis." This phrase is being heard everywhere these days. Faced with tight or even "crisis" budget levels, many organizations may be tempted to scrimp on spending for their mail security activities. They should however be using this unique opportunity to implement preventative actions to both save...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Considering a Services Approach for Data Quality

    When There Are Needs for Accurate, Complete, and Consistent Data Across Many Organizational Uses, a Services Approach to Implementing Data Quality Should Be Considered. Using a Single Tool Set and Common Implementations Reduces Redundancy, Duplicated Effort, and Duplicated Rules. Selecting a Single Vendor Simplifies the Licensing, Training, and Maintenance. in...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Behaviour-Based, Location-Aware SLA Management for 4G Wireless Services: Meeting the Technical and Financial Challenges Posed by the Transition to High Bandwidth, Latency Sensitive 4G Wireless Services

    4G wireless service promises enhanced end-user bandwidth, latency sensitivity and network reliability. Enterprise users, for example, will enjoy support for video conferencing, on-site real -time event management and other features such as corporate LAN applications. But as organizations begin to evaluate how these services interface with both their on-site and...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Transpromo Takes Off For B2B Communications

    Few businesses choose to communicate by mail alone, recognizing that today's client or customer appreciates the convenience of choice. However, there has been no mass replacement of mailed communications with digital, with many recipients preferring a hard-copy record of transactions. Indeed, there are certain documents that businesses are duty-bound to...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes

  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    Pitney Bowes Case Study: Scotiabank

    Scotiabank, Canada's international bank, employs nearly 56,000 individuals, and along with its affiliates, serves upwards of 10 million customers in approximately 50 countries around the world. Scotiabank faces the challenge of expanding its branch locations across international geographies and managing these markets remotely, while also being cognizant to the impact...

    Provided By Pitney Bowes