iGetSmart.com Renews Contract With Hip Health Plan of New York
Press release from the issuing company
PALM BEACH, Fla.--Feb. 28, 2002--Workflow Management announced that its iGetSmart subsidiary has renewed an agreement to provide electronic vendor management services for HIP Health Plan of New York ("HIP''), one of the largest health plans in the New York metropolitan area.
Under the three-year contract, HIP will utilize Workflow's iGetSmart system to manage a significant portion of its corporate graphic arts needs. HIP is ranked among the nation's leading users of information technology and its commitment to innovation and quality has been recognized by the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA).
Tom D'Agostino, Jr., "President of Workflow's Solutions Division & CEO of iGetSmart.com, commented, ''We're proud to have been chosen again by HIP as their "gatekeeper'' for custom printed products. The fact that we again won the contract illustrates our strength in supply chain management. The entire iGetSmart team is anxious to continue helping HIP meet its core goals. We're proud to work with organizations, like HIP that proactively increase the effectiveness of the healthcare system. Our proprietary iGetSmart system streamlines the sourcing process and leverages our existing knowledge and expertise to the benefit of HIP."
Tom D'Agostino, Sr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, concluded, "This relationship with HIP is another important accomplishment for Workflow Management and its long-time partner. Our ability to penetrate the market using various methods and satisfy diverse client needs separates us from traditional print companies. I believe that Workflow Management's ability to provide an all encompassing outsource solution which utilizes our proprietary iGetSmart technology is another attribute in our arsenal of business solutions.''
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