Aria Systems, a company that builds subscription and usage-based revenue solutions, has announced that Pitney Bowes has selected Aria’s cloud-based monetization platform as the billing and monetization component of the company’s new Commerce Cloud Platform.
This Commerce Cloud is designed to enable quick and agile operations of commerce, from the digital to physical, to give users a full range of shipping, mailing, ecommerce, location intelligence, customer information management, customer engagement, and payment solutions. Aria’s cloud billing and monetization platform will enable Pitney Bowes to quickly update Commerce Cloud solutions and make possible more frictionless billing processes.
“Aria Systems is an industry leader with an enterprise-grade solution that helps Pitney Bowes continue its 96-year tradition of delivering business innovation in a timely and scalable manner,” says Joe Schmitt, VP and CIO, Pitney Bowes. “With Aria, we can quickly launch, change, and add Commerce Cloud services to rapidly meet evolving demand. This flexibility helps us provide the continued innovation clients have come to expect from Pitney Bowes.”
Enterprises like Pitney Bowes rely on Aria’s cloud-based monetization platform to take billing and monetization management out of the traditionally lengthy IT queue, and place it in the hands of the business owner. The Line of Business can then make changes in days, instead of months or even years, to quickly cater to customer demands for new connected service offerings with superior flexibility. For Pitney Bowes, this means the Line of Business can launch new offerings and services in a fraction of the time, without tying up internal IT resources.
“Aria is proud to partner with Pitney Bowes as it reinvents itself with its Commerce Cloud. Ultimately, this unlocks vast potential for our customer, via their digital commerce, shipping, mailing, and payment capabilities,” says Tom Dibble, President & CEO, Aria Systems. “Our cloud-based monetization platform facilitates instant information and quicker service—increasing their end-customer satisfaction and retention.”
Edited by Maurice Nagle