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Cendris enhances operations with Noosh

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Redwood City, CA - NewlineNoosh, a leading provider of print procurement software, today announced that it has been selected by Cendris Print Management to provide the company with the Noosh software solution.

“We needed a flexible, reliable solution to drive efficiencies,” said Sipke Spoelstra, Director at TNT Post.  “Noosh provides us with innovative and proven technology that enables best practice processes and will help us deliver even better results on behalf of our customers.”

In evaluating solutions and tools to manage the print value chain, Cendris had a clear set of requirements. The company wanted industry-leading technology that could be used to electronically manage the complete print lifecycle - from the inception and quoting of a job to the customer, through sourcing and procurement with the print supplier, and with complete visibility of all stages through final delivery.  As well, robust reporting and ease of integration with a marketing resource management and a finance system were key factors.

“We reviewed multiple providers in this space,” said Tom Maessen, Director of Cendris Print Management.  “NewlineNoosh demonstrated superior capabilities from the perspectives of engineering, functionality, usability, and industry experience.”

"Print and marketing service providers operating around the world –in Australia, China, India, South Africa, USA and other regions --  are winning competitive advantages by deploying Noosh as a technology foundation in their operations,” said Ofer Ben-Shachar, CEO of NewlineNoosh.  “We are pleased to be selected by Cendris and look forward to supporting their business goals.”

 

 

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