Printcafe to Provide Print E-Procurement to Bristol-Myers Squibb
Press release from the issuing company
Pharmaceutical Leader Licenses Web-based Print Buying System
PITTSBURGH, PA (February 27, 2002) -- Printcafe, the operating system for print, announced today that global pharmaceutical leader Bristol-Myers Squibb Company has purchased EnterpriseSite, Printcafe's enterprise-wide Web solution, to procure commercial print across the company.
Headquartered in New York City, Bristol-Myers Squibb is a $19 billion pharmaceutical and related healthcare products company. Printcafe, a leading developer of supply chain management software for the printing and publishing industry, will design, build, and host a custom-configured Web solution through which Bristol-Myers Squibb can purchase and manage printing projects across multiple locations and departments. Bristol-Myers Squibb joins Printcafe corporate customers General Motors, AOL Time Warner, and Hewlett-Packard, among others.
About Printcafe (www.printcafe.com)
Printcafe is a leading provider of software solutions designed specifically for the printing industry. Our enterprise resource planning (ERP), procurement, and supply chain software solutions enable printers and print buyers to improve efficiencies and control costs. Printcafe's procurement applications for print buyers integrate with software solutions for printers to facilitate Web-based collaboration across the print supply chain.
Printcafe's print supply chain solutions have been installed by more than 4,000 customers in over 8,000 facilities worldwide, including 24 of the 25 largest printing companies in North America and over 50 businesses in the Fortune 1000 including AOL Time Warner (NYSE:AOL), Hewlett-Packard, and General Motors. Printcafe has formed strategic alliances with Creo Products, Inc. (NASDAQ: CREO; TSE: CRE), as well as with a subsidiary of A.T. Kearney, an EDS Company.
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