Danka Adds Sequiam Print It, 123! to Solutions Portfolio
Press release from the issuing company
ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 21 -- Sequiam Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary Sequiam Software Inc (www.sequiamsoftware.com), a leading information management and software technology company specializing in Web-based application services for enterprises, print service providers and the education and travel industries, and Danka Business Systems PLC, today announced a co-marketing agreement wherein Danka will market Sequiam's Print It, 123! print job submission solution in conjunction with its production publishing solutions, including the Kodak Digimaster family of products. Designed to make it easy for users to submit work electronically to in-plant print shops and other centralized print facilities, Print It, 123! enables remote printing from within desktop applications.
"We have had good success with Print It, 123! in Florida," said Eric Holdo, Vice President of Danka. "Our customers, especially in the university marketplace, appreciate the bundled solutions approach. In formalizing our co-marketing arrangement with Sequiam, we will be making Print It, 123! a standard offering nationwide as we continue to look for ways to add value for our customers."
"One of our key differentiators is the rapid adoption rates we have experienced with Print It, 123! end users," said David Dobkin, President of Sequiam Software. "It is not unusual to achieve 90 percent user adoption rate within a very short period of time, allowing customers to quickly achieve the benefits of a digital print workflow."
Print It, 123! is immediately available through the Danka sales force throughout the United States. Danka and Sequiam indicated they will work together to continue to enhance the solution and to bring to market other added value services and solutions in the digital workflow space.
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