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Great place to work
Sr. Accounts Receivable Administrator (Former Employee), Stamford, CTApril 29, 2014
Research and apply misapplied or unapplied cash, customer calls as required and various reporting to customers
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I enjoyed working here
Data Entry (Former Employee), Lynchburg, VAApril 26, 2014
This job was pretty decent. I worked here through a temp agency. It was full time and if they hadn't of lost their contract I would have become a permanent employee. I liked that once I was trained, I could put my headphones on, listen to my mp3 player and do my work. I didn't like the fact that the very first day I was there, I was approached by about – more... 5 people who all informed me about how I was going to hate my job, but I never did. I learned to stay to myself, do my job and would have been there longer but they were bought out and everyone had to reapply for their jobs. I wasn't a permanent employee so I wasn't hired by the new company. – less
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ok place to work multicultural
Mail sorter (Current Employee), paApril 26, 2014
Pros: 3 breaks, supervisors dont watch you
Cons: low raises every year
I am a mail presorter. The mail gets sent thru the machine and comes down 1-200 pockets, when the pockets get full i grab the mail and put it in different trays with zip codes. on ur feet all day picking up mail and lifting trays to the conveyor belt very repetitive but i'm in good shape and the job doesn't tire me so i like it, other people don't like – more... it. dress code is pretty cool since you don't see customers you can wear waht you want. 3 breaks and 2 are paid during a 8 hour shift was nice. some of the machine operators who you work with are as holes. but others are laid back and those are the good days – less
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Meeting People on Different Levels Of Managemnent.
Mail Clerk (Former Employee), Shelton, CTApril 25, 2014
Responsible for shipping and mailings internationally and domestic which included packages, insurable items/goods, etc.

Interacted with UPS, FedEX, United States Post Office, all levels of management while on-site
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Dont do it!!
Presorter (Current Employee), Duncan, SCApril 21, 2014
Pros: no pros
Cons: where to start...
Awful, awful place to work for. POOR management-employee communication, BORING BORING BORING job! Falling asleep at the machine. No sympathy for sick family/children, runs on "points" system--even if you have a valid doctor's note, you still get points that count against you when you are out for any reason at all. Nitpicking over Every little thing. – more... They say one thing, then do another. walk away while you can. – less
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Workhorse or is it Warhorse?
Quality Manager (Former Employee), Madison Heights, MIApril 21, 2014
Pros: no management interference
Cons: no management support
You will spend hours amongst hours with little to no management support, you'll find yourself working 3 shifts in one day (on a very low salary) with no upper management support. Managers can expect to work 3 shifts with no team leads or talent otherwise to move the company forward because of pure exhaustion and frustration. The pay was below the median – more... pay for the area despite accomplishments presented to leadership with a request to be brought to at least the median income. The request was denied and I eventually had to move on to support my family and maintain a more efficient work/life balance. Very hostile work environment. – less
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Great
Siebel Developer (Former Employee), Stamford, CTApril 20, 2014
Had gained a great learning experience. The place where I got a rich exposure towards technical and functional aspects.
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Short Temp Position
On-Site Management Service Representative (Former Employee), Saint Paul, MNApril 18, 2014
Pros: easy, smoking room
Cons: short term
GE switched on-site reps about a month after I got hired so I wasn't here long. The hiring manager at the time was so nice and had an awesome radio voice. The job was easy and didn't require a lot of suoervision.
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Productive and a lot of drive time alone
Field Product Specialist (Former Employee), Farmingdale, NY and Raleigh, NCApril 17, 2014
Pros: different challenges every day
Cons: no raises for 6 years
I would get up and drive to my first call, sometimes it was close to home and sometimes it was a two hour drive. I enjoyed the travel time. After the first call I would get my next and than next until the day was over. Sometimes I would get seven call done in a day, but other days it could be only three or four because of the drive time in between the – more... locations of the customers. – less
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Dying Industry
Senior Account Executive (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOApril 16, 2014
Pros: benefits
Cons: job stability
Use to be a graet place to work for. Now they just laid-off their entire outside sales staff besides the major account reps.
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Great place to work
Sales (Current Employee), Irving, TXApril 16, 2014
Great place to work...but changing. Great people make up the company, and they have a superior product. Declining market but adding more solutions to the portfolio.
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Very Rewarding Selling Experience
Sales Executive (Former Employee), Longview, TXApril 15, 2014
Pros: financially compensated, being recognized for sales excellence, and freedom
Cons: you can sometimes feel alone and lack of support from service
A typical day for me would start around 8 am with seeing my first customer. My goal everyday was to get an order, and I normally saw my best of the best customers first thing in the morning. I would continue that day in my designated area from 8-4 identifying the needs of my customers and do what I can right there to get the deal written. I learned – more... that prioritizing your time and be prepared would deem success in sales. Management was very key to my success. The blueprint was written for me and I just followed the plan. My co-workers were very supportive in my success and we constantly bounced ideas off one another. The hardest part of my job was after a sale has been done is getting accurate support from our service department. The most enjoyable was winning a new relationship and having a very happy customer. – less
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Worst job ever!!!
Dispatcher (Former Employee), Ashland, VAApril 14, 2014
The shift didn't support having a family. Continually passed over when asked to change shift by those less experienced and with less seniority. In just under 2 years I had 5 differnet supervisors and 3 different plant managers. It is obvious this location doesn't promote it's employees at all.
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Good corporate job at the time
Customer Service Representative for Copy Machines (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXApril 12, 2014
The copier division of Pitney Bowes back in 1993 started having financial difficulties such as no pay raises for the next five years. Left company on an early out severance package and eventually the copier division was spun off as a stand alone company.
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Working at Chevron, for Pitney Bowes
Client Associate at Chevron (Current Employee), Stamford, CTApril 12, 2014
Cons: no potential growth or opportunities
Chevron is a great account to work at. The Chevron employee's are fantastic, great environment and makes you feel like part of the team. Every day task are shipping, receiving & mail room duties. There was always ongoing training and at Chevron, Safety is always the key training courses. Chevron really cares for everyone's safety.
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SAP CONSULTANT
SAP SRM Consultant (Current Employee), Shelton, CTApril 11, 2014
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SAP CONSULTANT- SAP CERTIFIED

Career Objective:
To be driven to excellence as a competent SAP Solution Consultant in Supply Chain Management (SRM /MM)

Desired Positions
Implementation Consultant, Solution Architect.

Skills and Experience
 Four SAP Project implementations, one ECC 6.0 upgrade experience
 9 years of experience in implementation – more... &support of SAP–CRM/SRM Materials Management, Sales and Distribution
 Procurement solution design for global roll out at Macquarie bank.
 System and solution design of new SAP User Interface using Adobe Flex.
 Design of Procurement workflows for Shopping carts, Purchase orders and Invoices.
 Design of Supplier quote and supplier panel custom solutions.
 SRM 7.02 Implementation at Macquarie Bank, Global rollout.
 SRM 7.01/ECC 6.0 Implementation at Gold Coast City Council.
 Functional design, Solution architecture , detailed analysis of business requirements
 Exposure to Production Planning and support, PM, FICO.
 Data migration experience of loading multiple ECC Master Data objects in MM and SD. Transactional data in SRM and CRM.
 Data loads using LSMW,BDC programs and I-docs
 Experience includes De-merger as well as Up-grade activities.
 Understanding the business requirement of client and transforming it into SAP process.
 Implementation experience with SAP R/3 4.6c, AS400, Ellipse, PeopleSoft, Oracle.
 Experience in training key-users and end-users in MM,SD,SRM
 Strong technical understanding and development experience with ABAP Objects, BADI’s, Standard program enhancements.
 Experience in multiple industries like Public Sector, Mining, Leasing, Retail and Manufacturing. – less
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Good company going through reorganization, overall good place to work.
Territory Account Manager, Inland Empire (Current Employee), Stamford, CTApril 10, 2014
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: in the midst of big changes that are tough on employees
Good company going through reorganization, overall good place to work.
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PBMS no longer in existance.
Customer Service Manager/Project Manager (Former Employee), Madison Heights, MIApril 10, 2014
Pros: training opportunites.
Cons: work/life balance.
PBMS allowed me to hone my skills as a Customer Relations, Project, and Operations manager where I was also provided the opportunity to engage customer in sales opportunities. While my focus was on customer service, project management, process development and documentation and cost savings, I was also provided opportunities to develop training programs – more... and train all levels from management to front-line employees. PBMS is no longer a company. – less
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Culture is friendly
Territory Account Executive (Former Employee), VirtualApril 9, 2014
Pros: no pros.
Cons: havine the ability to work on your own.
Typical day at work is 8/10 appointments a day; present proposals; complete needs analysis with clients, prospect new clients, update Seibel with latest client details from the day.
I learned how to sell with a solution which would benefit the customer.
Management was very informative, and tried to help in any way possible.
Co-workers were very helpful – more... too!
The hardest par was updating the details into the Seibel application.
The most enjoyable part of the was how every day was different. Learning what each client did in their job and how I could help/assist with the solutions we provided. – less
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My Management Team Is Great To work for
Territory Account Manager (Current Employee), Midland, TXApril 9, 2014
Pros: great schedule
Cons: there is no job security
Pitney has been good to me. I love the people that I work with.

About Pitney Bowes

Pitney Bowes, a global technology company, provides shipping & mailing solutions, data management software, and location intelligence – Read more