New Enterprise Solutions Program Launched by Mimeo
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK (February 12, 2001) -- Mimeo.com, Inc., the leading provider of Internet-based printing solutions for corporations, today announced the launch of its Enterprise Solutions Program. Designed to provide higher levels of satisfaction and increase productivity among Mimeo's corporate customers, the Enterprise Solutions Program allows corporations to use the Mimeo printing service with the added value of account management and financial controls, dedicated customer support, training, and a series of new services and features.
"Mimeo's extensive experience producing important business documents for Fortune 100 companies has enabled us to develop the Enterprise Solutions Program to best serve our corporate clients' needs," said Jeff Stewart, Mimeo co-founder and chief executive officer. "We believe this will enable us to increase productivity for our current accounts, and to forge new relationships with organizations looking to save time, money, and resources in their business document production."
Mimeo's Enterprise Solutions Program members include Cisco Systems and Hewlett-Packard, among others, who are enabling their business professionals to print, bind and deliver top quality documents and presentations from any application or Internet-enabled computer anytime, anywhere.
By tailoring the service offerings for existing enterprise accounts, Mimeo's comprehensive Enterprise Solutions are now available to other corporations demanding the same controls and dedication to service. The three solutions, identified as Classic, Signature and Signature Plus programs, are customized to fit a company's specific needs. The special offerings of each program are based on Mimeo's core features of online printing services, FedEx delivery to the U.S. and Canada, 24/7 Customer Service, and the Exact Printsm Software.
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