Strategic Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 March 2017
Pitney Bowes is an organization that is finding its way through the decline of its physical mail operations and moving into a digital world. For the most part, they are succeeding and should survive another 100 years.
Like any organization, during periods of transition, new talent is brought in, not necessarily understanding the business, while old-time stalwarts cling to their positions and block progress.
PB will find its way through this period and will emerge successfully in a world that bridges physical and digital commerce.
I'd recommend Pitney Bowes, however be aware that like all large orgranizations things move both quickly (change) and slowly (progress).
Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill – 28 January 2014
As a Sales Rep for Pitney Bowes, selling Postage Meter to Companies all over the Country to save time in buying postage when they have the convenience of stamping their letters and drop it in the post box. The hardest part of the job is to be on the phone all the time Co-workers are Happy lot The happiest is when I sell Postage Meters
Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 December 2013
I had fun working for Pitney Bowes. I was promoted but declined because I didn't want the stress from being in management because I was pregnant. So I declined the position. I learned a lot from working there. We were working in the Royal Bank Financial building. After I had finished my maternity leave, they were nice enough to let me start part-time. But I decided to stay home with two children as baby sitting was an issue. I can not thank them enough for being so understanding although I didn't go back.
I got certificate and sweat shirt and appreciation for training a new employee.
I dealt with escalated customer issues that required strong analytical and problems solving skills. I enjoyed working in a environment that was committed to providing exceptional customer service to our clients. We achieved customer satisfaction by working with one another as one team. The hardest part of my job was not being able to solve customer's issues all in one day, in some case's some account needed extensive investigation. The most enjoyable part of my job was establishing trust with customer's and solving their issues in a timely manner, and knowing they were satisfied with the end results.
Date Management Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto - ON – 26 September 2013
I enjoyed working the night shift. Yes, it was a bit stressful because of the timing but I adapted and enjoyed working with a team of hard working, dedicated people. We were cross trained for all the jobs involved in that shift. This made it more productive for the shift and the company.
Gave me a lot of free time during the day to take care of my family
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 March 2013
It was required to aggressively target and penetrate key accounts including competitive wins. I would generate new business opportunities by cold calling and prospecting within my territory. It was key to maintain professional relations with current and prospective customers via telephone, email and face-to-face communication. In order to maintain quota the ongoing organization of my sales funnel and monthly forecast was crucial. The reach quota, I deliver comprehensive sales presentations to key decision makers as well as design and negotiate contracts. What was enjoyable was the freedom in the role to be your own boss as well as being able to develop new solutions based on customers needs. It was a very competitive industry and making sales calls is a must.
great salary/commisions/benefits, freedom within the role
Order management specialist (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 21 March 2013
I enjoy the people i work with and the managers i report to the most. My managers are very supportive and see the potential i have and give my work that will help me develop and grow more as a employee and a individual
Business Analyst / Team Lead Order Entry (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 25 February 2013
Daily reports to be processed Everyday there are different challenges Everyday is a learning process Management is very supportive Co-workers are very collaborative Hardest part is time constraint Enjoyable part is finding solutions to a problem and accomplishing a lot
Customer Service Representative (TELUS contractor) (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 2 January 2013
I really enjoyed working with my co-workers. The most enjoyable part of the job was the fact that I had the chance to meet a lot of people and I am proud to say that I was offering them an exceptional customer service experience.
BILINGUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 9 December 2012
A multi task job/changing address/taking care of technicien locations address/making sure all incoming mail is distributed to the call centre/answering all incoming clients email /calling clients if we received return mail making sure we have the correct address/back up for reception/all credit card payments to be entered/changing clients data informations files/