ImageX Adjusts Name, Changes Logo and Announces New Product Suite
Press release from the issuing company
KIRKLAND, Wash. – October 10, 2001 – ImageX , Inc., the leading e-print service provider for the online management and procurement of branded communications materials, today announced that it has released a new product suite, and is focusing on continuing to improve the print procurement process for its corporate customers. In addition, ImageX has changed its name, removing the dot-com, and adopted a new logo with the tagline: "Print. To the Power of X.SM" to reflect its focus on providing commercial branded print to medium and large corporate customers.
In concert with its efforts to streamline the print procurement process, ImageX has released a new offering, the ImageX Print System, which replaces its Corporate Online Printing Center. Packaged into four distinct offerings, the ImageX Print System gives customers the flexibility to choose the right service level to meet their corporate needs.
"By leveraging our technology to drive the printing process, we are able to provide branded printed materials with an extraordinary value for our customers," said Rich Begert, president and CEO, ImageX. "We have worked closely with our customers to analyze their use of our system, resulting in our new offering for e-procurement of print and printing for brand changes."
"We are finding that our solution is a perfect fit for medium-to-large sized companies that are looking to control their print spend during these difficult economic conditions," said Tim Dowling, vice president of marketing, ImageX. "The e-Procure Edition of the ImageX Print System allows customers to lock in purchasing rules and enjoy the benefits of e-procurement efficiencies, saving them hard and soft costs of up to 60%."
"The e-Brand Edition of our Print System delivers economies of scale for corporations undergoing a brand change or needing total brand control by offering decentralized ordering with centralized control. This ensures that all branded materials are printed according to the customer’s brand standards and virtually eliminating costly errors."
ImageX has produced printed materials for such large-scale corporate brand changes as ChevronTexaco, XO Communications, and UBS PaineWebber. Additionally, the company has world-class customers such as GE, Merck and Unocal that utilize its unmatched e-procurement for print solution.
About The ImageX Print System
The ImageX Print System offers a sophisticated patents-pending online ordering system and the guarantee of highest quality printed stationery and marketing materials coupled with first-rate customer service.
Enterprise Edition ImageX Print System’s Enterprise Edition is the most advanced online ordering system on the market. This solution is best matched with companies that want to combine online print ordering, brand control and extensive reporting functionality.
e-Brand Edition. ImageX Print System’s e-Brand Edition is ideal for companies that are undergoing brand changes or are concerned with consistent brand deployment across multiple locations and divisions.
e-Procure Edition. The e-Procure Edition of ImageX’s Print System offers expanded reporting and shipping capabilities and an ability to meet the complex ordering needs of the world’s largest corporations.
e-Print Edition. The e-Print Edition of the ImageX Print System is designed for companies simply requiring the ability to order and manage printed materials online.
Founded in 1995 and based in Kirkland, Wash., ImageX (Nasdaq: IMGX) is the leading e-print technology provider for online management and procurement of branded communication materials. With 89 patents pending, the company’s advanced technology reduces costs related to procuring branded communications materials. ImageX’s blue chip customer base includes AT&T, Automatic Data Processing (ADP), CB Richard Ellis, GE, Kraft, Merck and Co., Liz Claiborne and many others. More information on the company and its services can be obtained from http://www.imagex.com or by calling (877) 682-0880.
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