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Prinova's Sargeant honored as Women of Distinction

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Toronto, Ontario - Prinova Inc., a leader in innovative software, document design, development, and delivery solutions, today announced that Tamara Sargeant, vice president of  Prinova's Communication Services team, was honored with the OutputLinks 2010 Women of Distinction Designation. The EDSF (Electronic Document Systems Foundation) Industry Leaders' Reception was held during the AIIM / On Demand Conference in Philadelphia, PA on April 21, 2010.

The OutputLinks Women of Distinction program honors women in the global print, document and high volume transaction output industries. Honorees represent all levels of leadership and skill, from CEOs and executives, to managers, consultants and production team members. Over the past nine years, 66 professionals have been honored with the designation of Women of Distinction.

"We are proud of Tamara's contributions and achievements within Prinova and to the information design community as a whole," said Nick Romano, president for Prinova. "She truly is a deserving recipient of the Women of Distinction honor for her strong contribution within her field of information design and her success in helping clients communicate more effectively with their customers." 

Tamara prides herself in creating statements as unique as her clients. Likely her most notable achievement is her work in developing Prinova's industry-first Integrated Approach, which marries the creative and technical worlds to ensure that the designs her team creates are delivered seamlessly into production. Using this approach, her team has not only created award-winning statements, but her clients have experienced a faster time to market and enjoyed significant savings. Tamara is a member of the International Institute of Information Design and a frequent speaker on information design best practices and how to apply the latest trends from one industry to another.




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