g.chagnaud@neopost.fr «We are pleased with the licensing agreement we negotiated with Pitney Bowes,» said Jean-Paul Villot, President and CEO of Neopost. «We have always been very confident in resolving our dispute. This agreement will not have a significant financial impact on the net profit of the neopost either in 2002 or in the next five years. It is a mutually beneficial agreement that demonstrates the strength and value of Neopost`s technology. The terms of the Quadient software and the end-user licensing agreements (EULAs) are provided as a reference. STAMFORD, Conn., and PARIS, January 6, 2003 – Pitney Bowes Inc. [NYSE: PBI] and Neopost, S.A. [Euronext Paris: 12056] announced today that companies have settled their patent disputes by agreeing to a cross-licensing agreement benefiting both companies. Under the agreement, each company can access certain patented technologies on the other side for a period of five years. No further details are published. «We are pleased to be able to successfully resolve this matter for the good of our shareholders and customers,» said Michael J. Critelli, President and CEO of Pitney Bowes.

«Our goal has always been to reach a fair and equitable agreement with Neopost, and this cross-licensing agreement helps us focus on providing state-of-the-art mail and document management solutions for our customers around the world. This agreement is in the best interests of both companies. EMS Licensing Agreement – February 23, 2020 or earlier . . Contact: Dan Burris Pitney Bowes Inc. 203 351-6477 Phone 203 351-6303 Facsimile daniel.burris@pb.com . ProShip Licensing Agreement – Effective April 1, 2018, Pitney Bowes is a global provider of integrated mail and document management solutions headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. The company handles more than 2 million businesses of all sizes through dealer and direct transactions. Pitney Bowes` complaints filed on October 28, 2002 against Neopost, S.A., before the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut and the Trial Division of the Federal Court of Canada; Neopost Inc. and several subsidiaries of Neopost in Canada have been withdrawn. The complaints argued that Pitney Bowes` patents – 12 in the U.S.

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