Pitney Bowes said it will distribute @Work Technologies’ WorkOut software
sales channels worldwide. Also, Pitney Bowes has incorporated WorkOut into
its Digital Document Delivery (D3) architecture.
The D3/WorkOut architecture provides Internet billing functionality including
extraction, print stream parsing, bill document management, customer service,
enrollment, notification, payment processing and tools for Web site creation
D3 is designed to enable high-volume mailers to use their existing legacy billing and
applications to format documents for delivery via the Internet, e-mail,
facsimile or postal mail.
“Organizations that need to implement EBPP
services are faced with the challenge of integrating Web-based document
delivery with their existing operations,” said Jim Flynn, @Work’s CEO. “What this agreement means for these
organizations is that now they can get the best Internet billing
functionality available from Pitney Bowes, a company that has over 75 years
of experience in document delivery and a proven ability to
implement high-volume production messaging systems.”