ADP Graphic Communications Opens Tokyo Office and Broadens Reach
Press release from the issuing company
JERSEY CITY, N.J.---Oct. 28, 2002--ADP Graphic Communications, the printing and communications division of the Investor Communication Services unit of Automatic Data Processing, announced today the formation of ADP Graphic Communications Japan and hired Kiyoshi Komiya as the unit's Executive Director.
ADP Graphic Communications Japan offers printing and communications services to banks, brokerage firms and mutual fund companies throughout Japan. The company also produces documents authored throughout the world that are to be distributed in Japan, using ADP's World Research Link.
The unit's Executive Director, Kiyoshi Komiya, has an impressive 20-year track record of providing high-value solutions to the financial services industry in Japan, and has extensive experience serving the time sensitive investment research communications needs for both local and global leading investment banks and financial institutions with offices in Japan.
The new unit, located in Tokyo, began conducting business on October 15, 2002, and already has an impressive list of clients including many of the world's largest and most prestigious financial institutions.
"We are excited about this addition to our geographic presence, and I believe this further supports our position as the world's market leader in the production of investment research materials. This move also reaffirms our commitment to Japan and the Asia Pacific", commented Peter Furlonge, General Manager for the unit's Asian operations.
About ADP Graphic Communications
ADP GC (formerly Cunningham Graphics International) is a leader in its industry, providing time-sensitive graphic communications services and outsourcing solutions to a blue chip client base that includes many of Wall Street's major investment banks, mutual funds, major insurance companies and many Fortune 500 corporations. The unit operates in strategic geographic markets throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. For more information visit: www.gc.adp.com.
ADP, with $7 billion in revenues and 500,000 clients, is one of the largest independent computing services firms in the world.
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