VP Architecture & Business Transformation - Pitney Bowes

Customer Communications Management

Stamford, Connecticut - Ken Cundari has a 25 year successful track record at crafting and leading game-changing programs in management consulting, operations management, and engineering.

Prior to joining Pitney Bowes, Cundari worked at Fidelity Investments as Vice President, Workforce and Knowledge Management where he architected, led and delivered operational improvements in customer service.

Before joining Fidelity, Mr. Cundari worked 9 years at Accenture, a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company. At Accenture he was a Partner and Senior Manager, responsible for selling, leading and delivering innovative internal and client engagements to increase performance of mission-critical workforces. He has also worked as Principal at Arcadis (formerly Blasland, Bouck and Lee), an international civil and environmental engineering consultancy and services provider.

Previously he worked at Malcolm Pirnie, a U.S. focused environmental engineering consulting service provider, as a Quality Assurance Manager, Senior Product Manager and Senior Process Engineer.

Ken Cundari is a 1982 graduate of Lafayette College with BS with honors in Civil Engineering. He also has an MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mr. Cundari is also 1991 graduate of New York University with an MBA in finance.

About Pitney Bowes

Pitney Bowes is the world’s leading provider of mailstream solutions. Their innovations have redefined industries. And today, their advanced technology and comprehensive suite of services are turning the mailstream into a profit engine for over two million businesses - from the largest global enterprise to the smallest home office. As a company, they continue to grow and evolve. But they also remain true to their 87-year heritage. A foundation built on a passion for invention, a belief in the power of diversity and a deep-rooted commitment to corporate responsibility, financial accountability and community.