Overview: Pitney Bowes Business Insight software, data and services help companies better understand networks, customers and markets, while enhancing network performance, billing, retail site selection, communications, tax management, and service.
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Avoiding Data Quality Failure: Identifying Data Quality by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. March 03, 2008 - This presentation transcript features speaker Evan Levy, partner and co-founder of Baseline Consulting, a professional services firm concentrating on enterprise data issues. This discussion is about data quality and some of the challenges and pitfalls that are seen during data quality implementation.
Case Study: Inland Custom Publishing Group by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. March 09, 2009 - With the help of Pitney Bowes MapInfo's mapping capabilities, Inland Custom Publishing was able to expand their portfolio with a new magazine targeting a local high income audience with local and regional content. Read this case study and learn how the publishers can now provide a balance of stories covering topics like local dining and the arts.
Full Spectrum Customer Data Integration (CDI) Solutions by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. March 09, 2009 - Accurate customer information is essential to business success. It provides customer insight, informs decisions and drives strategy. Managed effectively, this information allows organizations to improve customer retention and increase the value of individual customers. This white paper covers the necessity of a customer data integration program.
Location Intelligence: The New Geography of Business by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. January 01, 2006 - This white paper explores the benefits associated with location intelligence for analyzing and deploying location-based information.
Managing Your Data Assets by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. March 09, 2009 - Are you aware your people, your customer relationships and your corporate data provide far greater value and competitive advantage than traditional assets such as stock portfolio or desktop printers? This white paper explains how executives are turning their eyes toward what could be their most valuable asset of all: information!
MapXTreme Java Edition Data Sheet by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. January 01, 2007 - MapXtreme Java is a 100% Java mapping engine designed to enable the use of location intelligence on the desktop, over the internet or through your organization intranet or extranet.
Tales from the cloud: Leveraging data quality and enrichment web services to improve business processes by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. November 15, 2010 - Pitney Bowes Business Insight helps corporations and agencies acquire, serve, and grow customer and citizen relationships. Our software and service create business values for customers by making it easy for them to engage with and provide services to their customers more effectively and efficiently. Read this presentation transcript to learn more.
The Five Must-Have Capabilities for Unbeatable Customer Care by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. January 15, 2010 - Today, firms in the communications industry must relook at how they deliver customer service in order to streamline operations, retain customers and drive business revenue. Read this paper to learn about five, practical, cost-effective opportunities that allow firms to meet market demand and achieve an impressive Return on Investment.
The State of Data Quality Today: An Information Difference Research Study by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. August 31, 2009 - This paper brings an in-depth look at the results of this survey and tries to clearly define and measure the state of data quality. Read this paper to learn what 193 respondents who completed the survey from all around the world had to say about the state of data quality.