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Pitney Bowes buys Trackmymail

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Stamford, Conn.—Pitney Bowes confirmed Wednesday that it has acquired Trackmymail, a mail tracking service. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Trackmymail helps companies implement the so-called “intelligent mail barcode,” a U.S. Postal Service initiative to identify every piece of mail in the mail stream. The initiative is being phased in by USPS over the next few years in order for mailers to achieve postal discounts.

“Implementation of the intelligent mail barcode is going to be a major driver of change in the industry in the next couple of years, and we think adding Trackmymail to the Pitney Bowes portfolio will allow us to bring much greater value to our customers,” said Matt Broder, VP-external communications at Pitney Bowes.

—Carol Krol

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