New York, May 16, 2005 – Mimeo.com today announced that it has been named by Red Herring as one of the top 100 Private Technology Companies of North America.
“Five years after the dot-com bubble burst, innovation and entrepreneurship are thriving. The companies on this list are proof,” said Red Herring editor-in-chief Joel Dreyfuss.
“We’re honored to receive this award,” said John Delbridge, CFO of Mimeo.com. “Just as our loyal customers have embraced our technological innovations to reach unprecedented levels of efficiency, Red Herring, too, has recognized our accomplishments and the indelible impact Mimeo.com is having on business around the globe. Our patented technology and Document SuperHub model use the power of the Internet to deliver on demand print and document services to our thousands of customers.”
Red Herring’s lists of private companies are an important part of the magazine’s tradition of identifying new and innovative technology companies and entrepreneurs. Companies like Google and eBay were spotted in their early days by Red Herring editors as companies that would change the way we live and work.
Red Herring’s editorial staff rigorously evaluated more than 900 private companies through a careful analysis of financial data and subjective criteria, including quality of management, execution of strategy, and dedication to research and development. Red Herring 100 companies will be presenting their business models and strategies at the Red Herring Spring conference, which will take place May 17-19 at the Monterey Plaza Hotel in Monterey, California.
Mimeo.com is the leader in enabling business professionals to proof, print, bind, and deliver their documents on demand via the Internet. Hailed by thousands of business users who want prompt delivery of superior documents, Mimeo.com automates the cumbersome process of document production, collating, binding, and delivery — resulting in lower organizational costs and higher quality.
To start printing, customers simply go to Mimeo.com, upload a document from any application, and then select paper, tab, cover, and binding options. After proofing the exact look of the finished document online, customers then select one or more recipients and choose a mail delivery method. Documents submitted by 10:00 pm ET can be delivered the next morning. Online tracking and delivery notification are provided for all orders.
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