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Crawford Technologies Experiences Record Growth in 2011

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Crawford Technologies, a market leader in the output management, document archive and accessible document markets, saw revenues grow by 46% during 2011 despite a worldwide recession. With the company’s fiscal year ending September, 2011, there are no signs of slowdown as the company approaches the end of its first quarter of 2012.

“Incredibly, 2011 is the best financial year we’ve ever experienced having record growth at a time when so many companies around the world are struggling,” said Ernie Crawford, President of Crawford Technologies. “The credit goes entirely to our amazing team of talented, innovative and hardworking employees.”

Crawford Technologies has been listed by PROFIT Magazine as one of Canada’s fastest growing companies for the past two years.

In April, Xplor International recognized CrawfordTech’s with an honorable mention for Innovator of the Year Award for the PRO Production Manager product. PRO Production Manager offers customers an affordable automated document factory system and the success of this product accounted for a significant portion of CrawfordTech’s 2011 growth.

In 2011 CrawfordTech opened its fourth office in Fort Collins, Colorado to support its new Archive Management Solutions (AMS) division. This division focuses on software for archiving computer reports and transactional documents in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems such as EMC’s Documentum product. This division immediately showed profit and contributed significantly to the company’s growth in 2011.

CrawfordTech formed its Competitive Upgrade Team in 2011 to help transition 1,400 customers from competitive software to the more flexible and capable CrawfordTech solutions. This initiative will triple CrawfordTech’s customer base by the end of 2012.

About Crawford Technologies Inc.

Since 1995, Crawford Technologies’ award-winning solutions have helped over 700 companies around the world reduce costs associated with communications’ processes by delivering bills, statements and other mission-critical transactional communications to their customers in the format they need, when they need it. This includes alternate format documents in Braille, Large Print, Audio and E-text for visually impaired and print-disabled customers.

With CrawfordTech’s range of unique software products and services, our clients simplify, automate and extend document delivery cost effectively - irrespective of current, legacy or future standards in infrastructure or document output. These clients, including four of the top five US banks, four of the top five US insurance companies and four of the world’s top five car manufacturers, are realizing high-value results as costs associated with document processes are minimized through automation, new opportunities for savings across critical communications are realized and they react quickly to changes in regulations, policies, business requirements and technical infrastructure.

CrawfordTech’s quality software, expert support and transactional document business knowledge help clients to meet operational, service, marketing, legal and compliance requirements and automate the delivery of billions of communications to their customers annually. Simply put, companies look to Crawford Technologies for a platform-independent approach, leading system performance and superior output fidelity. Please visit www.crawfordtech.com to find out more about CrawfordTech’s clients, people, partners and solutions.

 

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