DSI Trans-Print Services-New East Coast Distributor For Printsoft VDP Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
Itasca, IL - November 23, 2004 - PrintSoft, the leading provider of efficient, variable document processing (VDP) solutions-with more than 6,000 licenses installed in 54 countries-announces a new product sales, support and distribution relationship with DSI Trans-Print Services, headquartered in the Baltimore-Washington DC corridor.
Since 1989, PrintSoft has been addressing the growing need to compose high-value, highly complex documents that are 100% variable in content and format. Their VDP solutions are in use throughout the world in major corporations, Service Bureaus, Utilities, Telecommunications, Banking and Financial Services companies.
PrintSoft chose DSI Trans-Print Services as a distributor due to DSI's leadership position in Print Document Transformation and as respected providers of software solutions for customized documents-including billing, invoices, statements, policies, prospectuses, manuals, and direct mail applications. Utilizing well-known innovative industry proven software technology, DSI specializes in providing customers with electronic document solutions in a broad range of disciplines, industries and applications.
Under the terms of the distribution agreement between the two companies, DSI Trans-Print Services will sell and service PrintSoft VDP solutions on the East Coast of the United States, and provide ongoing product training and support. This agreement further enhances DSI's ability to deliver personalized document output and management enterprise solutions to its customers.
"With a combined total of more than 200 years of highly technical systems and programming expertise-both in the Document and the Print Industry-DSI Principals Michael Brooks, Paul LeTourneur, Al Harris, and DSI's Business Associates are among the finest professionals in this field," said Scott Bannor, EDP and Director of North American Sales for PrintSoft Americas. According to PrintSoft management, DSI was selected because of their intimate knowledge and expertise in print stream manipulation, output management, ADF and mail center solutions.
DSI's practice areas concentrate on project management, programming, professional services, ADF development / implementation and On-Sight Mail Production evaluation. Additional DSI offerings include custom software maintenance contracts to current and lapsed owners of Bell & Howell's TransFormer, and contracted professional programming services for production and mail systems automation.
DSI expects to benefit from their PrintSoft relationship by expanding their ability to offer and service personalization software. "DSI is excited about our new relationship with PrintSoft because it capitalizes on our company's overall expertise in Document Development and Delivery," said Paul LeTourneur, EDP and Vice President for DSI Trans-Print. "Our technical staff has been parsing and re-purposing print streams using industry and proprietary software, for decades. We are eager to expand personalization solutions and broaden our position in the market."
Principals in both PrintSoft and DSI have mutually well established personal and professional relationships. "DSI Trans-Print has vast expertise in document output transformation that makes it possible for them to sell and support PrintSoft variable document solutions, while integrating their own value-added services. We are delighted to have them as part of our PrintSoft Team," says Bannor.
For additional information about the complete range of PrintSoft products and services, Phone (630) 625-5400, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the World Wide Web at: http://www.printsoftamericas.com
For additional information about the complete range of DSI Trans-Print products and services, Phone (410) 239-2093, email: Trans-Print@mindspring.com or visit the World Wide Web at: http://www.trans-print.com/
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