Pitney Bowes Named to "Training Top 125" List for Second Consecutive Year

Training Magazine Recognizes Company’s Commitment to Customer Service through Professional Development Initiatives

STAMFORD, Conn., February 22, 2010 - Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) announced today that it has been named to Training Magazine’s “Training Top 125” list for the second consecutive year. The company rose to No. 42 on the list, from No. 82 in 2009. The magazine publishes an annual ranking of organizations that excel in employee training and development.

In commending Pitney Bowes, Training cited the company’s Certified Mailstream Consultant program as one that links customer applications to Pitney Bowes solutions, helping participants “leverage the necessary postal and carrier regulations to not only generate effective ROI, but also to educate customers on postal requirements” for successful direct mail results.

“At Pitney Bowes, we consider the knowledge of our workforce a key differentiator in the solutions that we offer customers,” said Tina Busch, vice president, learning and performance. “In fact, a deep partnership exists between the learning support functions and the company’s business units. Our professional development initiatives show that collaboration and customer focus are always top of mind at Pitney Bowes.”

Pitney Bowes has been recognized extensively for its commitment to people. In addition to the “Training Top 125” ranking, the company was recently named by Black Enterprise magazine as one of “40 Best Companies for Diversity”; Black MBA Magazine’s ”Best 50 companies for Black Professionals”; and Asian Enterprise’s “Top 20 U.S. companies for Asian Americans.”

Training magazine determines the Top 125 companies by measuring quantitative and qualitative data. For the quantitative portion, an outside research company scores each organization in five different areas: training program/scope; tuition reimbursement; training infrastructure and delivery; evaluation/metrics; and human resources. Qualitative data includes demonstrable results, progress of programs, innovation, success factors, training strategically linked to business goals, and corporate commitment to training, among others.

About Pitney Bowes:

Pitney Bowes is a $5.6 billion global technology leader whose products, services and solutions deliver value within the mailstream and beyond. Founded in 1920, our company’s 33,000 employees deliver technology, service and innovation to more than two million customers worldwide. For more information about Pitney Bowes, its products, services and solutions, visit www.pb.com.