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RedTie licenses web-to-print (W2P) software to MSP Digital Marketing

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

New York, NY - RedTie Ltd., a leading provider of web to print (W2P) software services, today announced they have licensed their W2P software to MSP Digital Marketing, a national network of companies led by print industry veterans Jonathan Fogel, Charles (Chip) Stine, Roy Grossman and Edward Epstein.

MSP Digital Marketing is building a national network of established and profitable print related businesses that will benefit from being part of a national organization with a common brand. After extensive competitive analysis, MSP Digital determined that RedTie was the best choice to meet their requirement for a robust and flexible W2P solution to service a unique mix of equipment, customer needs and skill levels across the network.

According to Jon Fogel of MSP Digital, "RedTie has excellent technology and great support, together with the flexibility to serve a diverse mix of B2B and B2C customers with unlimited storefronts. To top it off, they offer the most cost effective W2P solution on the market today. RedTie W2P is just what we need to give our print providers a competitive advantage and we're looking forward to rolling it out across our network."

"Partnering with MSP Digital represents an exciting opportunity for us", says Liz Gilmour, Vice President of RedTie Ltd. "While serving a wide variety of cross-industry clients through their network of print providers, MSP's diverse user base and mix of digital and wide format production equipment will utilize the RedTie system to its fullest. We're thrilled to have been chosen by MSP Digital as their W2P solution."




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