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P3Software processes over $250 million in print transactions in 2005

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Natick, Massachusetts - February 10, 2006 -- P3Software, the leading provider of low cost procurement software for print, announced that their P3Expeditor system processed over 17,000 print jobs valued at more than $250 million in 2005. The P3Expeditor system streamlines the procurement process, reduces errors and saves print buyers time and money. Commenting from the company's new offices in Natick, Massachusetts, President Caleb Tower notes, "We set out to develop a low cost software solution for print buyers in all types of organizations. Our numbers last year tell us that we have succeeded. We processed $100 million in transactions in 2004, so the quarter billion in 2005 represents tremendous growth and market acceptance." Product value "We have become the fastest growing provider of print procurement solutions in the world. So far in 2006, we have expanded our workforce, moved to new offices and are gearing up for the release of two important product upgrades." notes COO Bob Yancich. The P3Expeditor system makes use of the best industry practices for buying printed material, while streamlining the specification, quoting and tracking processes. Tower went on to comment, "Our growth is being fueled by many industry segments, from the Fortune 500, to non-profit organizations to educational institutions to print resellers of all types. These customers, large and small, quickly see the value of our solution and tell us they are especially pleased with its ease of use." For additional information and a free trial of the P3Expeditor system, visit www.P3software.com or call 508-318-4587 (x-126) to speak with customer service.

 

 

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