iPrint Integrates Wood Associates Online Corporate Store Programs
Press release from the issuing company
Customers Include BP, Compaq and the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 9, 2002 -- iPrint Technologies announced that is has transitioned Wood Associates' online corporate stores to iPrint's technology platform. iPrint's scalable technology enables clients to manage and control the procurement of branded promotional items and custom-printed business stationery while reducing costs and improving ROI.
"This technology transfer provides our customers immediate flexibility and enhanced functionality while giving our company better control over cost and delivery of systems,'' said Monte Wood, President and CEO of iPrint. "This combination gives us a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace.''
Recently converted programs include those for customers such as BP, Bayliner, Charles Schwab, Compaq, and the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association.
"We're extremely proud that our technology team was able to deploy the transition within 60 days of the merger,'' said Letty Swank, Executive Vice President, e-Commerce Solutions for iPrint. "Our technology enables our customers to enjoy the benefit of managing online procurement of both branded promotional items and custom-printed business stationery on a single platform.''
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