Pitney Bowes launches SendPro MailCenter system

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Global shipping and mailing specialist Pitney Bowes has launched the SendPro MailCenter system, the latest evolution of its SendPro digitally connected sending technology portfolio.

The SendPro MailCenter is an advanced, all-in-one mailing and shipping system designed to deliver simplicity, boost productivity and increase savings for high-volume mailers.

Shemin Nurmohamed, president, sending technology solutions, Pitney Bowes, said, “The SendPro MailCenter is an exciting update of our flagship SendPro portfolio, with performance improvements focused on enhancing the user experience to make mailing and shipping more streamlined. This improved user experience with new features like our 15in color touchscreen display makes processing mail and shipping packages easy and ensures maximum productivity for our high-volume mailers.”

With a faster and more responsive interface, the SendPro MailCenter makes mailing and shipping directly from the device easy and efficient. In addition to high-speed processing of mail, the SendPro MailCenter allows users to ship and track packages and costs directly from the system for USPS, FedEx and UPS.

Users can also access the same shipping capabilities from their desktop through the Shipping 360 platform, allowing them to utilize PitneyShip or PitneyShip Pro which are all connected through a centralized account.

The Shipping 360 platform also powers PitneyAnalytics, a SaaS-based analytics and insights solution that organizes the SendPro MailCenter’s data into a simplified view of mailing and shipping expenses. This solution is ideal for organizations who need to manage their operations across a single or multiple locations, whether employees are located remotely or in a traditional workplace.

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