Dynagram Revamps Its Image: A Bold Look That Celebrates The Trade
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL., Sept.9, 2005 – On Print 05 opening day, Dynagram, the market leader in imposition solutions, launched a brand new image which translates the developer's bold vision and vigorous spirit: “It was time to show the character that makes Dynagram what it is”, says Tracey Lee Batsford, General Manager of Dynagram's Prepress Solutions.
“In the last year, we went back to our roots as strippers”, she adds. “We took some time to reflect on our mission and discussed with printers of their challenges and their needs. Doing so, we connected with men and women dedicated to their trade and passionate about print. From their do-or-die deadlines to grappling with free-for-all files, prepress professionals are an inspiration to us all,” she confides.
Indeed, the enthusiasm is palpable at home-base in Quebec City. From marketing to R&D, a sense of new beginnings transpires: “We are very excited by our new look” explains the new GM who has been leading Dynagram since March. We wanted to pay tribute to our customers and to those who make our industry. Our new corporate image aims at saluting their commitment. It is a reminder that our corporate mission is more than a mere business statement: putting humans first is more than ever our core value,” she concludes.
Dynagram's new image is supported by a strong yet simple statement that is part of Dynagram's signature: We make your work flow. The motto pushes forward the notion that Dynagram's technology is fashioned to support the people it serves. Moreover, it reflects the absolute commitment of Dynagram to customer care and its dedication in maintaining a direct relationship with its users and business partners.
As for the new colors, they are simply the signature of an energetic and spirited team ready to impact on customer's print operation with unsurpassed digital imposition technology and unprecedented solutions.
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