Comerica Selects Solimar as its Output Management Vendor
Press release from the issuing company
SAN DIEGO, CA - July 13, 2004 - Solimar Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of production printing and secure document delivery solutions, recently announced Comerica Incorporated has chosen Solimar Systems products to help manage its data center workflow and output processes in two Comerica locations. Using Solimar technology in Northern and Southern California sites, Comerica is able to improve the efficiency of its customer communication production operations by optimizing existing production print equipment. As a result, Comerica will enjoy cost savings, faster outbound communications, and better overall service to their customers.
"After a careful analysis of the solutions offered by several major vendors, we determined that Solimar's Print/Director and iCONVERT products gave us the best combination of performance, efficiency, flexibility and support for our output needs," said John W. Graham, Vice President, Client Production Services, of Comerica. "We were also impressed with Print/Director's ability to interface with our existing print hardware and inter-departmental workflow. Solimar's products and services met our requirements, and the capacity for throughput, scalability and price are outstanding."
"We are very pleased to help Comerica create an open IT architecture, reduce proprietary barriers and allow them to increase output production optimizing their existing infrastructure," says Mary Ann Rowan, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Increasing asset utilization essentially allows Comerica to become more efficient and reduce their operational costs."
Solimar's output management solutions allow thousands of organizations around the world to easily expand and control their enterprise production output processes by providing robust data stream transforms, physical connections for a wide variety of computing environments, and sophisticated job queue management. In addition to enabling "any-to-any" data stream portability, the solutions also incorporate powerful job management features using an intuitive Graphical User Interface.
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