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WorkflowOne Signs Joint Marketing Agreement with SAP America

Monday, December 10, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Dayton, Ohio. - December 10, 2007 - WorkflowOne, North America's largest and fastest growing provider of print and promotional products, today announced that its has signed a joint marketing agreement with SAP America, Inc. to provide improved supply chain management solutions for branded communications to customers across the U.S.
"Organizations can spend as much as 3% of their revenue on branded communication, from sales collateral and direct mail to invoices, labels, stationery and transactional documents," said Greg Mosher, CEO and chairman of Workflow Management, Inc. "We believe that the combination of SAP's Business Process Platform and WorkflowOneAccess creates the most technologically advanced platform for managing the print and promotional products supply chain available in industry today."
WorkflowOne helps customers control costs and protect their brand integrity from design to delivery by offering a full complement of services ranging from sourcing, production, warehousing, kitting and fulfillment to distribution. With more than 100 sales locations and 600 representatives across the U.S., WorkflowOne offers hands-on service combined with a national footprint of manufacturing and distribution centers.
"WorkflowOne helps customers maximize the return on their investment in brand communications, just as SAP helps boost the ROI of their enterprise technology," Mosher said. "We are proud to join forces with a global leader like SAP to provide best practices that make it easier for customers to manage the their brand-related spend. We have found no other procurement category that has greater potential to impact an organization's reputation."
The go-to-market agreement takes effect immediately in the U.S. and may be extended internationally. The program covers many facets of joint marketing, including communication, cross-training, sales enablement programs, and performance management.

 

 

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