At Pitney Bowes, we power the transactions that drive commerce. From helping clients use data to maximize customer relations, to optimizing mailing solutions and securing payments through statements and invoices, we deliver innovations that help clients navigate this complex and always-evolving world of commerce.
For nearly 100 years Pitney Bowes has been innovating and delivering technologies that remove the complexity of getting commerce transactions precisely right. Our 14,000 passionate Craftsmen of Commerce around the world maintain a relentless pursuit of innovation with over 2,300 active patents, and focus on clients, who are at the center of all that we do.
Today, millions of clients worldwide (including over 90% of Fortune 500 companies) rely on Pitney Bowes products, solutions, and services to deliver business excellence. Our legacy is clear; but when we look to the future, we like what we see even more. That’s because of the immense vision and talent of our people is the real story behind our success.
We are a passionate and ambitious team, committed to win in the right way.
When you join Pitney Bowes, you will be surrounded by teams of smart, driven professionals. You will be encouraged and empowered to win – for each other and clients every day – and to do it the right way. You will be part of a company that has thrived on collaboration and innovation for almost a century, and whose future is equally bright.
Pitney Bowes has a long history of actively providing opportunities for the employment of diverse talent, and providing an inclusive environment in which all people can thrive. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion dates back to a time long before it was required, popular or politically correct. In 1942, our then-Chairman Walter H. Wheeler boycotted a hotel when it refused to register an African-American Pitney Bowes sales representative for a recognition event. The chairman became a role model for racial inclusion. Since then, the company has been recognized consistently for its strong commitment to a diverse workforce and culture of inclusion.
At Pitney Bowes, we define diversity broadly to encompass the visible and invisible differences that shape identity, experience and expression. These include but are not limited to geography and culture, generation, gender orientation and identification, race, ethnicity, disability, veteran status, religion, thought and communication styles.
This rich mix brings a variety of skills and talents to our workforce, from data scientists to field service technicians, sales managers to healthcare professionals, web developers to legal assistants, product marketers to truck drivers, software installation specialists to user experience designers.
Our ability to look at things from different perspectives drives innovation and success.