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prInternet Partners in Warranted Global Delivery of Documents

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

John Lacagnina, founder, president and CEO of prInternet Inc. and Steve Messenger, Chief Executive of PrintStop Ltd., today jointly announced a prInternet partnership to enable warranted global delivery of digital documents into the Australasian marketplace, with initial focus on photo albums, books, calendars and photo cards. This partnership will allow books of all kinds to be printed on demand and significantly reduce shipping costs for their customers.

PrInternet Inc., located in Rochester, New York, initiating operations in 2010, is focused on manufacturing and delivering content globally, enabling their customers to grow their revenues and profits by monetizing their content in the world marketplace with virtually no investment required. To do this, prInternet licenses its “one-off” printing and manufacturing software and workflow to printers and publishers worldwide. PrInternet’s mission statement is warranted global delivery of documents, meaning that prInternet Inc., will warrant that it will deliver documents globally, either hard copy or electronic, and meet all service level agreements and quality metrics, including matching colors. PrInternet Inc. has begun implementation of warranted global delivery with the signing of prInternet partners in a number of countries.

PrintStop Ltd., located in Wellington, New Zealand provides a diverse range of innovative document solutions to SME’s, Education, Corporate and Publishing sectors throughout New Zealand. Its key service offerings include offset printing, large scale digital printing, transactional printing and book printing. As a worldwide PrInternet partner, PrintStop is excited to expand its line of business to include on-demand printing, fulfillment and distribution services in New Zealand for many well-known brands in the web-based self publishing space.


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