CNA Selects Printcafe For Global Print Spend Management, Print E-Procurement
Press release from the issuing company
PITTSBURGH, May 8 -- Printcafe Software, Inc., the operating system for print, today announced that it has signed an agreement with CNA Financial Corporation, a leading global insurance organization serving businesses and individuals with a broad range of insurance products and insurance-related services. Under the terms of the agreement, CNA will use Printcafe's EnterpriseSite to drive its global print spend management strategy. The agreement follows the successful completion of a pilot program in December 2002. CNA joins other Printcafe customers, such as Cingular Wireless, Merrill Lynch, AOL Time Warner, General Motors and Commonwealth Bank of Australia, in using Printcafe's print spend management and e-procurement technologies.
By automating the print procurement process, CNA will gain greater control over the procurement of printed materials across its entire enterprise, thereby enabling cost savings and productivity improvements. Procurement professionals obtain greater visibility into, and control over, their print procurement expenditures. Print buyers and project managers benefit from automated tools to generate accurate and complete project specifications, request and approve quotations, select vendors, centrally manage print jobs and collaborate with suppliers online.
"We are very pleased CNA has selected Printcafe's EnterpriseSite," said Marc Olin, Printcafe's President and CEO. "A globally recognized leader in the insurance services industry, they join a distinguished group of leaders in the financial services, telecommunications, media and entertainment, computer technology, pharmaceutical and automotive industries who are successfully leveraging Printcafe to achieve their strategic procurement objectives. We are fully committed to a successful, wide-scale deployment at CNA to help them realize significant and measurable savings very quickly."
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