Pitney Bowes Software can help you map it and mail it. Formed from the combination of Group 1 Software and MapInfo (acquired in 2007 for $408 million), the company's software and database products enable firms to integrate geographical data (including street addresses and ZIP codes) into business intelligence functions, including analysis and forecasting. The company also offers mailstream applications used for address cleansing, data integration, document composition, and managing mailing efficiency. In addition to its customer interaction optimization products, the company also offers consulting, business process outsourcing, and predictive analytics services.
Pitney Bowes melded another 2007 acquisition, Australia-based Encom Technology, into the Pitney Bowes Software organization, adding software and services for mineral and petroleum exploration.
Pitney Bowes Software serves a variety of industries from health care (Memorial Health System, BlueCross and BlueShield of South Carolina) to retail (The Home Depot), utilities (National Grid), telecommunications (Cox Communications, T-Mobile USA), media (The Martin Agency), and financial services (Capital One, CIMB Bank). The company also serves government customers from the local to the federal level.