Systemware will provide its Digital Mail Gateway product to Pitney Bowes, a software, hardware and services provider.
Systemware Digital Mail Gateway turns raw print streams into encoded and encrypted files for digital mailbox service providers. Systemware has just supplied the solution to Volly, the digital delivery service from Pitney Bowes.
Pitney Bowes will launch its Volly digital mail service later this year, Systemware said Friday. Digital Mail Gateway can be deployed on premises with files processed locally or in the cloud on Systemware's infrastructure.
This partnership is Systemware's second with a digital mailbox provider. It announced in March that it would work with Zumbox.
"We're very pleased to partner with Pitney Bowes on Volly, its secure digital delivery service," Dan Basso, chief executive at Systemware, said in a news release. "By adding the Volly support to our Digital Mail Gateway solution, we are able to make it even easier for corporations to add this new, exciting delivery channel to their customers."
Pitney Bowes, based in Stamford, Conn., integrates physical and digital communications channels. Systemware, headquartered in Addison, Texas, provides enterprise content management.
This story first ran on Bank Technology News' web site.
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