Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud, Shipping APIs Streamline Fulfillment Logistics

Commerce products and solutions provider Pitney Bowes has launched two new offerings to help streamline shipping, mailing and payments for clients: Commerce Cloud and Shipping APIs.

The Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud is a “commerce enabler” that allows businesses of all sizes to access a full range of solutions — including shipping, e-Commerce, location intelligence, customer information management, customer engagement and payment solutions — securely through PCs, mobile devices, connected metering devices or APIs. The product is designed to help the company’s 1.5 million clients identify customers, enable communications, manage payments and power shipping from any location.

The Commerce Cloud will “broaden [Pitney Bowes’] addressable market from the $4 billion mailing market into the growing $40 billion digital commerce and shipping market,” said Marc Lautenbach, President and CEO of Pitney Bowes in a statement.


The Commerce Cloud will provide clients with a variety of shipping, commerce and packaging solutions:

  • SendPro, a cloud-based, multi-carrier office shipping tool designed to simplify the sending of parcels and flats;
  • Global Trade Solution, a tool that facilitates the calculation of customs charges, duties and currency conversions;
  • Borderfree Retail, an international shipping tool for retailers; and
  • SendSuite Tracking Online, an inbound package management solution.

Pitney Bowes has also introduced Shipping Application Program Interfaces (APIs) for USPS rating and shipping services. The solution is designed to allow software providers and systems integrators to offer USPS services to generate shipping labels, score discounted rates, track packages throughout their journey and provide shipment and expenses managing reports.

“For more than a decade, Pitney Bowes has been working with clients on technology solutions that help them offer simple and efficient ways for consumers to purchase and print shipping labels,” said Lila Snyder, Executive VP and President of Global e-Commerce at Pitney Bowes in a statement. “We are now taking our shipping APIs and opening up this technology so software providers and systems integrators can take advantage of the best USPS shipping rates available, and the scalability and performance of our technology to meet their customers’ needs.”

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