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Quebecor World Selects WAM!NET

Press release from the issuing company

LONDON, UK -- WAM!NET (UK) Ltd, a provider of global information technology and digital media solutions, today announced that Quebecor World, the largest commercial print media services company worldwide, has selected WAM!NET Direct! managed network services for fast, secure digital file transmission and delivery. "WAM!NET Direct! has greatly reduced our production times resulting in dramatic cost efficiencies which have directly contributed to the winning of several new major accounts," says Steve McCullock, Pre-press Services Manager. "Using WAM!NET's global managed network, we can receive, send and track client files from any location to 160 sites across 16 countries for local printing and distribution. As one of Europe's most modern facilities, specialising in printing high profile newspaper colour supplements, magazines, catalogues and special products, file tracking and security are of paramount importance to us. When a customer says they have sent a file over WAM!NET I am 100% certain to receive it quickly and safely." "Our customers also benefit directly," McCullock continues. "Thanks to WAM!NET's global managed network services we can offer our clients extended deadlines and instantaneous, trackable file transmission saving them time, materials and transport costs - crucial benefits when working to strict time and budget deadlines." "Quebecor World is driving innovation through implementing a complete array of digital communications services providing production efficiencies and client services benefits," says Chris Friend, WAM!NET European managing director. "Our global managed network, storage, application, hosting and professional services enable customers to access the combination of IT services they require on a transactional basis. We are proud to be a part of their success."

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