Stamps.com Surpasses $1 Billion in Postage Printed for 2012
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EL SEGUNDO, CA, Dec 19 (Marketwire) -- Stamps.com(R) (NASDAQ: STMP), the leading provider of USPS postage online and shipping software to over 400,000 customers, today announced it recently surpassed the $1 billion threshold in total postage printed for its customer base for 2012. At $1 billion, the company's total postage growth for 2012 is a minimum of 50% higher than fiscal 2011. The $1 billion milestone was achieved as a result of the tremendous growth Stamps.com has experienced in the high volume shipping and enterprise customer segments. "We are very proud of this achievement," said Chairman and CEO Ken McBride. "Stamps.com has become the preferred solution for small businesses, e-commerce shippers, fulfillment houses, and large enterprises and our incredible growth in postage printed is indicative of the great success we have had in serving all of these customer segments." About Stamps.com Stamps.com (NASDAQ: STMP) is a leading provider of Internet-based postage services. Stamps.com's service enables small businesses, high volume shippers, enterprise shippers, and consumers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage with just a PC, printer and Internet connection, right from their home or office. The Company currently has PC Postage partnerships with Avery Dennison, Microsoft, HP, the U.S. Postal Service and others. Stamps.com, the Stamps.com logo and PhotoStamps(R) are trademarks or registered trademarks of Stamps.com Inc. All other brands and names are property of their respective owners. Press Contact: Eric Nash Stamps.com Public Relations (310) 482-5942 publicrelations@Stamps.com Copyright 2012, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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