NewlineNoosh Wins 2005 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Award
Press release from the issuing company
SANTA CLARA, CA. JULY 13, 2005 – NewlineNoosh, a leader in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services and software solutions for Print Management today announced that their Print Management Outsourcing service received a 2005 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 award. For the past 4 years, Supply & Demand Chain Executive has taken the lead in the identifying its "100" list of supply chain solution providers and other organizations that are instrumental in transforming companies' supply and demand chains.
The 2005 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 provides supply and demand chain initiatives to small, midsize and large companies in a variety of industry sectors. The initiatives use technologies and/or services to address and solve pain points in the supply and demand chain, and the results of the initiatives produce a substantial return on investment. Submissions for the 2005 "100" were evaluated based on the pain point(s) addressed by the initiatives (The Challenge), the technologies and services used to address those pain points (The Solution), the results of the initiatives (Return on Investment, or ROI), and plans for taking the project forward (Next Steps).
Having been named to the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 list in the past for its print management software solutions, NewlineNoosh is pleased that its Print Management Outsourcing services are being identified as bringing 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 for each and every job, the customer's costs are lowered while processes are simplified and efficiency improved. Utilizing on-site account managers skilled in managing print, a centralized print sourcing and procurement staff and Noosh technology, NewlineNoosh manages print procurement and fulfillment processes as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible – providing per job savings of 15-25% or more.
According to Peter Faucetta Sr., Chairman of NewlineNoosh, "We were approached by a global consumer products company to help reduce their print spend and to capture and manage print projects that are dispersed across numerous design agencies and internal organizations – most of which focused on quality and delivery dates, not on cost savings. We helped reduced their print spend by over 20% and brought 60% more spend under management than previously identified. "
Peter Faucetta Jr., President of NewlineNoosh adds "Considering the requirement that winning solutions solve 'real' supply and demand pain points and deliver a substantial return-on-investment, it's no surprise that NewlineNoosh was selected to win this award. The reason why is clear – NewlineNoosh outsourcing delivers the convenience and cost-effectiveness of business process outsourcing with the financial control and accountability of internally managed procurement."
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