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Harmonic Selects iPrint Technology for Online Custom Printing

Tuesday, March 27, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

(Menlo Park, CA - March 21, 2001) - iPrint Enterprise Systems Group, an operating division of iPrint, inc. (NASDAQ: IPRT), the leading online printing technology and infrastructure provider, today announced an agreement with Harmonic, Inc., a leading provider of innovative broadband solutions, to provide online, corporate e-printing services for Harmonic's employees. The two-year agreement makes iPrint the exclusive supplier of corporate stationery items for Harmonic. "iPrint was a good choice for us because of its deep technology and experience in launching e-Print Centers for large corporations," said Carl Harter, Senior Corporate Purchasing Manager for Harmonic. "More important is the fact that iPrint is closely integrated with Oracle's® iProcurement system-this was a major factor in our decision." Using the iPrint/Harmonic e-Print Center, Harmonic employees will be able to order branded, custom-printed materials directly from the company Intranet. Harmonic's logo will be locked into templates to ensure consistency. The system includes full management reporting and near-zero implementation time. "The e-Print Center will dramatically streamline print workflow, centralize control and accountability, and reduce printing costs for Harmonic," said Tom Haley, Vice President, Enterprise Systems Group for iPrint. "This relationship clearly demonstrates our ability to deliver tightly integrated e-printing solutions to Oracle's customer base."

 

 

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