e-LYNXX Establishes Three Business Divisions to Better Reflect Diverse Strengths
Press release from the issuing company
Chambersburg, PA - for release August 4, 2005 - The e-LYNXX Corporation, a leader in the Graphic Arts Industry since 1975, has aligned the Corporation into three distinct divisions to better reflect its unique offerings and to best serve its growing client base.
Chairman and CEO William A. Gindlesperger, the founder of the firm 30 years ago, made the announcement today that e-LYNXX three divisions are Patented Financial Controls, Government Printing Sales, Printing Industries Consulting.
"Beginning as American Business Consultants in 1975, and later as ABC Advisors, this firm has completed thousands of consulting engagements resulting in enhanced profitability and healthier bottom lines for business firms throughout the United States," Gindlesperger noted. "The establishment of three divisions under the e-LYNXX umbrella permits us to continue in our missions through a more strategic and focused use of our resources and specialists."
Patented Financial Controls division advises CFO's and other financial executives on ways to increase EBIT and reduce spending costs. Specialists in this division identify maverick spend areas that have little corporate oversight, evaluate the scope of this spend and its effect on the bottom line, implement controls that will decrease costs and maximize Yield Management efforts, and provide tools such as printLYNXX and an Executive Scorecard to monitor compliance and ensure adherence to corporate procurement procedures.
Government Printing Sales division assists printers in increasing profit by strategically obtaining work from government markets such as GPO, Federal Agencies, States, Municipal entities and Universities. Government Printing Sales provides services that permit its specialists to act as professional sales and marketing representatives for a printing firm, a centralized locator of work for literally thousands of sources, a matchmaker of opportunities specific to equipment and scheduling needs, a strategic advisor regarding competitive pricing based on prior job histories and market conditions, a educator regarding rules and regulations, and an expert in how to get the most
profit from print work.
Printing Industries Consulting division helps firms obtain measurable results by analyzing print procurement, in-plant, or other print-related activity, resolving operational issues, increasing effectiveness and productivity, cutting costs and supplementing revenues with ancillary sales. Specialists can assess current business strategies, workflow and communication, complete comprehensive fiscal audit and capabilities studies, identify gaps then improve costly print-specific processes, assist with restructuring, acquisition and divestiture, and build profitability.
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