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Doxim and JLS Mailing Services Add to the Growing Ranks of Imaging Network Group

Friday, December 01, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Atlanta, GA - Two more companies, Doxim with offices in Canada and the U.S., and JLS Mailing services of Brockton, Massachusetts are the latest companies to join The Imaging Network Group (INg), the leading trade association for mid-size direct mail and transactional print and mail service providers. INg member companies are among the leaders in direct mail and transactional printing. 

Doxim

Named to the PROFIT 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s fastest growing companies, Doxim brings a host of industry expertise to the Imaging Network Group. For more than fifteen years Doxim has helped banks, credit unions, wealth management firms and their service providers maximize customer engagement and personalize customer communications. 

“I am excited about joining the INg association as Doxim continues to grow and expand our thought leadership network,” said Chris Rasmussen, CEO of Doxim. “I believe INg is a great forum for us to engage with and learn from industry experts. I look forward to discussing the evolving industry and sharing best practices with our peers in the field. INg presents a truly unique opportunity to have open, 1-on-1 conversations with our partners and suppliers.”

Designed to address the evolving needs of financial services organizations, Doxim’s SaaS-based Customer Engagement Platform helps transform client experience, communicate effectively throughout the client lifecycle and improve cross-sell and upsell activities that drive increased wallet share. The platform lets organizations personalize their client communications across all channels, increasing customer confidence, satisfaction and loyalty. The end result is decreased client attrition and increased wallet share—because satisfied customers use twice as many products as unsatisfied customers.

JLS Mailing Services

Among the oldest letter shops in the United States, JLS Mailing Services carries on the traditions established by its founder and is an industry leader in providing direct marketing solutions to businesses and marketers. A total commitment to quality, flexibility of services, and continual investment in the latest technologies has enabled JLS to attract talented staff and retain clients from a broad spectrum of industries. JLS says it is the only mailing and printing facility in the country operating with 100% solar power, and uses environmentally friendly inks and recycled papers.

“What attracted us to the Imaging Network Group is the openness of other members who are willing to share ideas and best practices. None of us has all the answers and we only get better by listening to and learning from our peers,” said Jim Clark, President of JLS Mailing Services. “I’m looking forward to the Forum in March and learning all I can from this group of mailing professionals.”

Service providers and vendors join the Imaging Network Group because it is a reliable, consistent resource for gathering fresh insights about the printing and mailing industry and is continually enhanced by the networking and support members provide each other. “One of the most exciting aspects of the Imaging Network Group is the way we keep growing,” said J.P Thomas, INg president. “Doxim and JLS bring with them the insights and perspectives that other members and vendor partners appreciate and seek out as they strive to understand the many nuances of our constantly evolving industry. We welcome Doxim and HJLS and look forward to hearing from them at the annual Forum in March. 

 

 

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