Pitney Bowes is reinventing its business based on a SaaS and a cloud-based model to deliver services for their clients globally centered on the Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud. The Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud is a commerce enabler, providing access to solutions, analytics and APIs across the full commerce continuum with speed and agility to help clients identify customers, locate opportunities, enable communications, power shipping from anywhere to everywhere, and manage payments. During this session, the Pitney Bowes team will discuss the strategy behind the Commerce Cloud, how we accelerated the speed of innovation and creation of new product solutions by taking full advantage of the AWS platform, from Cloud Infrastructure Services (Compute, Big Data, Storage and Content Delivery, Databases and Networking) , to Analytics and Internet of Things Services. Pitney Bowes’ applications are deployed in Docker containers using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and are utilizing S3, Amazon RDS, SQS, SNS, and ElastiCache. CloudWatch and CloudFormation are being used to manage the solutions that Pitney Bowes’ brings to the market. Additionally, the Pitney Bowes Data and Analytics platform is powered by Elastic Map Reduce (EMR), Spark, Aurora, DynamoDB and Postgres.
The session will also discuss Pitney Bowes’ partnership with AWS to deploy Pitney Bowes’ APIs for Location Intelligence via the AWS Marketplace, allowing developers, customers and partners to access innovative location intelligence data services in an easy to consume and highly reliable manner.