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Mosaica Group Partners with ASI to Advance Workflow Automation

Friday, December 07, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Partnership with workflow experts to bring customers the most advanced solutions available
 
Sussex, Wis. – The Mosaica Group, a graphic arts distributor serving companies throughout the Midwest, announced today it has entered a strategic partnership with printing workflow specialists ASI Professional Services to offer customers the most efficient automation systems in the industry.
 
Working with ASI, The Mosaica Group will now be able to help printers do more than ever with workflow automation systems and software from today's leading providers, including Enfocus, Callas and others.
 
"ASI has advanced expertise in workflow systems and integration that complements our own knowledge in this area," said Randy Peters, president and CEO of The Mosaica Group. "We're excited to partner with them toward bringing unparalleled support that helps our customers operate more profitably."
 
For over 15 years, ASI's technology team has been helping businesses integrate technology and improve efficiency through applications, data services, infrastructure, networks and more. ASI is a certified Enfocus partner, with extensive experience and expertise in Enfocus's Switch Core Engine, a whole range of modular solutions that enable powerful file management such as sorting, routing and tracking of files by integrating with existing systems and driving third-party software to speed up job processing, reduce errors and automate repetitive tasks.
 
"Bringing ASI into our portfolio demonstrates our commitment to continuously improving our business model to most effectively serve our customers," said Peters. "This type of smart automation will help reduce errors, improve quality, and speed up overall production processes, benefiting both sides of the business."

 

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