Pitney Bowes Calls for New Metrics - This global provider of integrated mail and document management solutions developed a balanced scorecard that enabled access to 55 key metrics and the closing stock price and news about the company. It was organized by five objectives: Business results, competitiveness, quality, employees, and carriers.
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|Contributors:||Green, Mark; Garrity, Jeanine; Gumbus, Andra; Lyons, Bridget|
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