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TripleArc and Standard Register to Provide Print Management Solutions to Serve Trans-Atlantic Customers

Friday, March 10, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

BRISTOL, England and DAYTON, Ohio, March 9 -- AccessPlus Marketing Services Limited, a TripleArc company in the U.K. and Standard Register in the U.S. have entered into an alliance to better serve their customers in North America and Europe. The reciprocal relationship provides customers with print management services and technology integration that helps both companies' clients ensure brand consistency worldwide. Standard Register's clients will be able to use a single, digital repository of print files in Standard Register's SMARTworks Web tool to print both "on demand" and to order commercial printing in Europe. The relationship has similar benefits to TripleArc's clients, who now have access to a full range of print management solutions in North America via Standard Register's extensive U.S. operation. "One of the key drivers of our relationship is to provide our respective global clients with more products and services at all their locations," said Jason Cromack, CEO, TripleArc. "TripleArc technology is well established in the U.S. and is used by Standard Register. The agreement will permit us to widen the scope of the relationship to incorporate print management and corporate communication services." According to Don Feige, vice president, Print Supply Chain Services at Standard Register, "We can each comfortably recommend the other to our existing clients with confidence that the service they will be receiving will be of an equally high-standard to that which they receive at home. We have standardized procedures and reporting strategies between the two groups to facilitate this." "In addition, AccessPlus and TripleArc are adopting the Six Sigma methodology, in line with our internal practice, so that together we can provide a powerful trans-Atlantic offering for companies requiring total managed print solutions," added Feige.

 

 

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