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Kern International Inc. and Crawford Technologies Inc. Collaborate on Automated Document Factory Solutions

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Columbus, Ohio, March 14, 2006. Kern International, Inc. and Crawford Technologies Inc. have signed an agreement to collaborate on automated document factory solutions, extending the view of the document production process from “data to door”. Under the agreement, CrawfordTech will provide software that enhances and extends Kern’s mailFactory Suite product line with unparalleled print data mining, document reengineering, mail piece reprint, print stream conversion and manipulation capabilities and the ability to support all major print stream formats. Together, the two companies will be building the next generation of automated document factory infrastructure. The resulting solutions will be sold through the Kern sales force. “We are very happy to have an organization of CrawfordTech’s unmatched expertise in print stream manipulation for automated production mail processing join forces with Kern International Inc. in pushing the frontiers of fully integrated, automated, high volume document processing.” said Thomas Brock, President, Kern International, Inc.. “This relationship fits perfectly with our strategy to provide our customers with the best end-to-end solutions”. Ernie Crawford, President of Crawford Technologies Inc., adds ”We are very excited about the opportunity to cooperate with the leading global provider of integrated, fully automated, high performance mail finishing systems. Crawford Technologies unequalled print stream manipulation software will help Kern Inc. innovate in the field of document factory automation for all legacy and new print applications.”

 

 

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