SANTA CLARA, CA. JULY 13, 2005 – Noosh, a leader in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services and software solutions for print sourcing and procurement today announced that the company name will be changed, effective immediately, to NewlineNoosh.
"The Newline Management and Noosh merger that occurred this year broadened the company's offering substantially," said Peter Faucetta, Sr., Chairman of NewlineNoosh. "And while both companies were known in their respective marketplaces, we needed a way to convey, throughout the marketplace, that the combined company had something new and exciting to offer. We felt the most effective way going forward was to modify the company's name," continued Mike Gardner, C.E.O. of NewlineNoosh.
Built and delivered by a leading team of print production and procurement experts, NewlineNoosh's business process outsourcing services and software solutions allow companies to leverage outsourced or internally managed print sourcing and procurement strategies to dramatically lower print-related costs by 20% or more while achieving peak efficiency & speed to market for print & direct mail projects.
NewlineNoosh print management outsourcing services bring new efficiencies and economies to the production, sourcing, storage and distribution of printed materials. NewlineNoosh tailors its outsourcing services to match the specific print process needs of each individual client, ensuring that the customer's costs are lowered while processes are simplified and efficiency improved. NewlineNoosh manages the print supply chain as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
NewlineNoosh print sourcing, procurement and direct mail management software allows companies to directly manage all aspects of their print projects – from concept to completion – in one place. Whether they buy print using RFEs, contracts, or rate cards, NewlineNoosh gives companies complete visibility into their print supply chain—internally and externally—allowing companies to improve efficiency, refine their procurement practices, reduce costs, and, in the case of direct mail management, drive revenue through higher response rates. The software includes solutions for Print Procurement, Direct Mail Production and Government SPA and IPAC reconciliation.
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