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EPMS announces partnership with PageDNA

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Middleboro, MA – Enterprise Print Management Solutions, Inc. (EPMS), a leading provider of Print MIS software solutions, announces the integration of EPMS's Enterprise 32 Solution with the variable print capability of PageDNA, a leader in web-to-print storefront solutions.

"Since 1988, we have continually evaluated industry changes and issues, and have rewritten and updated our product lines to reflect the changing times and technical innovations embraced by our industry." says Carol Anderson, Chairman, EPMS, Inc.

Carol Andersen continued, "In PageDNA, we have found a partner who understands our model of extending our service offering.  We are very impressed with PageDNA's variable data capabilities and value-oriented price point, and pleased to offer this option to our customers immediately via the EPMS Connect integration."

According to Doug, Ballinger, CEO, PageDNA, "As the marketplace continues to evolve, businesses today more than ever need best-of- class systems to work together smoothly, without manual intervention or extra touches required.  Several of our long-standing customers have been EPMS customers for years, and requested this integration to improve internal efficiencies."

Steve Enstad, Sales for PageDNA, explains the integration between the two systems. "Users within the EPMS commerce system can select an item, then punch-out and personalize and proof using PageDNA's variable data capabilities, returning seamlessly to the EPMS system for check out. The EPMS/PageDNA partnership is a perfect example of what the print industry demands from e-commerce and MIS suppliers; an open system with many options for growth – not a dead end."

 

 

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