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FlexPrint, Inc Releases New Employee Incentive Program

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

FlexPrint, Inc. (FPI), a national leader in managed print services and document management, just released another company-wide incentive program that further promotes Exceptional Customer Service and strengthens the unique company culture that FlexPrint has nurtured since its beginnings in 2005.

Twenty FPI employees will be recognized and rewarded for their drive and focus on creating and maintaining a unique customer experience.  “Companies always talk about the importance of customer service, but this isn’t just the same old ‘focus on the customer’ message,” states Corey Rivard, VP of Sales Operations.  “FlexPrint continually invests in its employees who deliver and promote a great customer experience.” The winner of the “FAB20” will be announced at FlexPrint’s January 2013 Kick-Off Meeting.

To become one of FlexPrint’s “FAB20”, every employee will have the opportunity to openly recognize and nominate another team member’s outstanding performance.  The top 20 nominated employees at the end of the year will be rewarded with “no car payments for one year!”

FlexPrint has been a proud multi-year recipient of The Phoenix Business Journal’s Best Places to Work. The program highlights Arizona companies with great workplace practices whose operations are changing the business landscape.  With FlexPrint’s unique incentive programs, like the 2012 FlexPrint “Fab20”, you can understand why employees and customers are excited about FlexPrint.


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