Pitney Bowes bags $1.4 mn mail processing tech deal from U.S. DHS

Pitney Bowes has bagged a $1.4 million mail and document processing technology deal from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The new solution will allow the U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services (USCIS) to consolidate the production and distribution of immigration service communications into two processing centers, streamline its communications and notification processes, reduce production costs, and improve delivery.

Each year, USCIS receives approximately 7.5 million immigration applications and petitions for benefits including employment authorization, lawful permanent residency, and citizenship. The new solution by Pitney Bowes includes software to manage the electronic files and print streams, printers and inserters to produce the communications, and meters to accurately evidence the postage.

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