Pitney Bowes launches SendPro 300

Pitney Bowes launches SendPro 300

Pitney Bowes has launched its SendPro 300 solution, which streamlines multi-carrier office shipping and mailing for small and medium businesses (SMBs). The SendPro 300 enables users to manage their sending with the USPS (mailing and shipping) or with FedEx or UPS.

Mark Shearer, Executive Vice President and President, Pitney Bowes Global SMB Solutions, explained: “With the growing complexity of sending parcels, flats and mail through multiple carriers with a complex set of rates, service levels, tracking and billing processes, small and medium businesses are searching for ways to simplify their sending and save money. SendPro does both. It supports all office shipping by connecting users to shipping options, compliant label printing and tracking of deliveries.”

Through its digital connection to the Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud, the SendPro 300 smart sending device receives automatic postal rate updates, low ink alerts, service warnings and diagnostic notifications.

Users can also manage functions such as request service, check billing or even order supplies right from its intuitive, responsive touchscreen display.

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