Instant Web Companies Named Partner in Publishers Clearing House Program
Press release from the issuing company
Chanhassen, Minn. (June 20, 2001) The Instant Web Companies, a combination printing, envelope conversion and mailing services company, has been awarded Publishers Clearing House's Merchandise Fulfillment Program.
The Instant Web Companies will provide print, laser and inserting services for PCH's Merchandise Fulfillment invoices and acknowledgements.
"Instant Web Companies is able to provide the advanced programming services we were looking for to enhance our product offerings with our merchandise customers. The flexibility and full service capabilities at Instant Web have allowed us to consolidate invoice and acknowledgement operations for this program under one roof," said Craig Anderson, vice president fulfillment operations for Publishers Clearing House.
"Instant Web's location in the center of the country, in close proximity to our fulfillment center, provides a great platform for a three-way partnership to ensure customer satisfaction for our merchandise customers and to help us expand this growing part of our business," Anderson continued.
Don Brady, vice president product and process development for The Instant Web Companies said, "Working with a superb client like PCH as a development partner gave us an opportunity to test new technology and software solutions for fulfillment programs. We couldn't be more pleased with the results."
The Instant Web Companies, headquartered in Chanhassen, Minn., has served the North American printing and mailing market for over 30 years. The Instant Web Companies provides integrated printing, envelope and mailing services for direct marketers.
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