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Cathedral Corporation Selects GMC PrintNet Software

Press release from the issuing company

July 11, 2007 - Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland - GMC Software Technology, the New Standard in personalized communications, today announced that Cathedral Corporation has selected GMC PrintNet software for the design and production of their financial statements and direct mail applications. Cathedral Corporation, a New York-based communications company and commercial printer, delivers personalized financial communication programs, direct mail campaigns, and other essential documents for over 5,000 business and non-profit organizations.

“PrintNet gives Cathedral with one answer for both transactional and direct mail applications, providing an easy to use solution for advanced data integration and handling, rapid development of client applications and universal output support. As a result, Cathedral can maintain its high service standards and deliver fast turnaround for customers,” said Dr. René Müller, CEO of GMC Software Technology.

Cathedral will initially use GMC's PrintNet T Designer software with PostScript support. PrintNet will integrate with Cathedral's existing workflow, and the software will be used to support three different lines of business, improving turnaround for all three.

Leveraging its expertise in eight industries, Cathedral Corporation focuses on targeted one-to-one print and electronic communication. Applications include financial statements, healthcare EOBs, tax forms, refund checks, fundraising campaigns, and admissions programs.

“Cathedral's competitive advantage is customer intimacy,” said Marianne Gaige, president, Cathedral Corporation. “To us, this means fully understanding the needs of our customers, being adaptive and responsive to those needs, and then delivering with 100% quality. GMC PrintNet enhances our flexibility in meeting the changing needs and shifting priorities of our customers.  At the same time PrintNet gives us the tools we need for change management, standardizing our processes, and, most importantly, constantly improving the quality of work we do for our customers.”