Forbes Selects Servador to Optimize and Manage Print Procurement Processes
Press release from the issuing company
New York, N.Y. – April 3, 2003 – Servador, Inc., a leader in web-based print procurement software and solutions, today announced that Forbes, Inc. a global leader in magazine publishing and information services, has deployed Servador Procure to improve productivity, streamline and optimize the print purchasing life cycle, and develop a set of company-wide print sourcing standards designed to reduce overall spending on printed products and services.
“We are quite pleased to be working with Servador to help us redefine our print procurement process and realize new efficiencies and savings throughout the print supply chain,” says Gary Prasto, Forbes director of general services. “After careful consideration of a number of products and services, Servador’s unique set of tools, print management expertise and ability to deliver quantifiable results, lead us to adopt the Servador Procure solution.” Servador’s initial focus with Forbes is on refining the process of specifying and procuring print for their direct mail operations.
“Servador is committed to building solutions that best serve the needs of clients like Forbes,” says Greg Meredith, CEO, Servador. “We are pleased to be working with Forbes in this capacity and look forward to the development of a print management program which leverages Servador’s best-in-class tools.”
For more information about Servador, please visit www.servador.com.
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