ImageX.com Co-Founder Finalist for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
Press release from the issuing company
KIRKLAND, Wash., June 15 -- ImageX.com, Inc., the leading e-print technology provider for online management and procurement of branded communications materials, today announced that co-founder Joe Verschueren was named a finalist for Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the e-Software and Services category.
The finalists for this unique distinction are selected by an elite, blue-ribbon panel of judges composed of community business and civic leaders, academicians, as well as prior year award winners.
"We are thrilled to see Joe recognized as a finalist for this prestigious award,'' said Rich Begert, president and CEO, ImageX.com. "Everything Joe does reflects the true spirit of an entrepreneur, and his vision and leadership have helped define the strategic direction and culture of ImageX.com.''
Verschueren and co-founder Cory Klatt formed ImageX.com in 1995. The two successfully developed and deployed the company's flagship product, the Corporate Online Printing Center, which provides an Internet-based technology that can be used to control and reduce the cost of procuring printed corporate materials.
The Corporate Online Printing Center offers companies a customized online catalog of their printed materials, enabling employees to easily access, modify, proof and procure branded materials online from their desktop computers. ImageX.com also delivers high-quality printed materials such as brochures and stationery directly to the ordering employee. This total solution saves money, delivers e-procurement efficiencies and controls the corporate brand.
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