ABG Supassses 250,000 Transaction Releases Through abgAdvanceNet
Press release from the issuing company
MIRA LOMA, Calif., December 3, 2001 – Advance Business Graphics (ABG), a literature and digital fulfillment company with value-added printing, today announced that it has surpassed 250,000 line item transactions through it’s abg AdvanceNet solution. AdvanceNet is an easy to use web-based interface that allows over 240 ABG customers to better manage printed documents and the distribution of materials worldwide. Developed in 1995, AdvanceNet offers complete control of the entire information process through an easy to use document management system. AdvanceNet is designed to facilitate the production, warehousing and distribution process in a one-step operation.
Through a standard internet connection, clients can access vital information in a secure platform exclusive to the individual user. Corporate information, data and image files are managed centrally, enabling users to view inventory levels, place demand on inventory, procure imprinted materials (letterhead/business cards) or instantly track status both internally and externally through common carriers. The value brought by this technology allows users to do more than order printed materials. It enables users to close the gap between production and distribution operations. It also provides a method by which clients can manage the complete production and distribution process, in a fashion that allows them to manage their overall product inventories.
Founded in 1955, Advance Business Graphics is one of the largest privately owned single-source printing and literature fulfillment company in the western United States. Advance Business Graphics is a $50 million provider of print management, business forms, commercial printing, direct mail, literature fulfillment, and related business printing solutions to major clients in financial, health/medical, insurance, government/education and manufacturing industries.
For more information about ABG, please visit our web site at www.abgraphics.com. Visitors may request an AdvanceNet demonstration CD from our web site to view the powerful features of this dynamic system.
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