Watt Printers Saves Time, Improves Service With Printcafe PSI Print Management
Press release from the issuing company
PITTSBURGH, PA (January 24, 2003) - Printcafe Software, the operating system for print, today announced that Watt Printers, a leading commercial printer in Cleveland, Ohio, in business for over 100 years, has implemented Printcafe’s PSI print management system to create an integrated information system across the operation, enabling the company and its employees to better serve clients.
A former Printcafe Covalent customer, Watt Printers evaluated the family of Printcafe management information systems (MIS) and add-on modules at the last two Printcafe users’ conferences. “We have always been pleased with the service we’ve received from Printcafe and so we decided to stay within the family,” says Dave Wohlfiel, Director of MIS. “PSI’s modules fit tightly together to feed information from job planning and estimating through to billing. The system saves us time re-entering and chasing data as it is easily accessible from every desktop.”
Printcafe's print management systems, including PSI, Logic and Hagen, serve as the foundation of a printer's business information system.
About Watt Printers (www.wattprinters.com)
With over 100 years of service to the printing industry, Watt Printers is a leading commercial printer in Cleveland, Ohio with revenues of more than $11 million annually. The company operates a fully digital, direct to plate prepress operation.
Printcafe Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: PCAF) is a leading provider of software solutions designed specifically for the printing industry supply chain. Printcafe’s enterprise resource planning and collaborative supply chain software solutions enable printers and print buyers to improve productivity and lower costs. Printcafe’s procurement applications for print buyers integrate with our software solutions designed for printers to facilitate Web-based collaboration across the print supply chain.
Printcafe’s software solutions for the printing industry supply chain 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.
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