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IO Integration Opens New Satellite Office To Serve Customers In New York City

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

San Francisco, CA, January 12, 2005 – IO Integration (IOI), a systems integrator focused on building workflow efficiencies for advertising agencies, commercial printers, pre-press providers and retail publishers, announces that it has opened a new satellite office to serve customers and develop new business in New York City. The office is located near the UN Plaza on First Avenue. The new office address and phone number are: IO Integration 865 United Nations Plaza Suite 10A New York, NY 10017 Tel: 646/238-4184 The satellite office is managed by Brian Anderson, IOI founding partner and senior systems engineer. A support staff of hardware and software engineers and business development managers will assist Mr. Anderson. IOI serves a number of advertising and design agencies in New York City, including Deutsch Inc., McCann-Erickson Inc., MRM Partners, Shoot Digital and The Lab. IOI’s new office will allow the company to provide local support while focusing on business development expanding their client base in Manhattan. “IOI continues to build a support network to serve our customers as much as possible on a local basis. We have found that, in particular, many in our large base of creative agencies will greatly benefit by having immediate local access to our technical expertise and support. With a large customer base of ad agencies in Manhattan, it was only a matter of time until we established an office there,” comments Eric Rewitzer, co-founder and President of IOI. “IOI is now a company with full national presence. In addition to headquarters in San Francisco, we now have offices in Los Angeles, Dallas, Minneapolis and Manhattan.”




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