Toronto, Ontario, August 9, 2005 -- Prinova, Inc., a leader in innovative document design, development and delivery solutions, announced today it has signed a marketing services agreement with MDY Advanced Technologies Inc., a leading provider of records and information management systems and software. Under the terms of the agreement, Prinova will offer MDY’s advanced records management software as part of its solution set for managing today’s complex document challenges. The agreement makes it possible for Prinova to expand its offerings to customers in the insurance, financial services, healthcare, retail and other key markets with software that goes to the next level in electronic document tracking, auditing and archiving. MDY Advanced Technologies will benefit from Prinova’s industry-leading skills and experience in document design, development and post-production maintenance with its ability to offer customers expert implementation support from Prinova.
“MDY has an impressive history when it comes to developing records management systems and software that set the standard,” said Nick Romano, president and CEO of Prinova, Inc. “Partnering with them allows us to offer our clients solutions that answer today’s critical privacy and compliance issues, and properly integrate general document tracking and management into the document workflow. Our mission is to always ensure our clients savings, flexibility and integrity into their document development process—from design to delivery. This agreement expands our ability to accomplish that.”
“MDY has made it a practice to build strong strategic alliances with the world's leading technology companies and Prinova’s reputation as one of North America’s most skilled systems integrators affirms this practice,” said Mark Moerdler, Ph.D., president of MDY Advanced Technologies, Inc. “MDY's partnership with Prinova provides our customers with the best possible comprehensive solution when it comes to meeting their challenging technology requirements. We are very excited about the possibilities this agreement brings all parties.”
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