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Standard Register Chosen by Quixtar to Provide Printing Supply Chain Management Services

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio, April 10 -- Quixtar, an online health and beauty retailer that offers entrepreneurs the ability to have Web-based businesses of their own, has contracted with Standard Register to provide printing supply chain management services to its North American network of independent business owners (IBO), as a means of improving efficiency and quality, while streamlining operations. "By turning to an industry leader for the print fulfillment of monthly financial and performance-related reports that we provide to IBOs, we are able to eliminate the need for dedicated resources and equipment investment," said Heather Anderson, chief information officer for Quixtar. "This allows us to focus our resources on projects that enable our IBOs to track and achieve their individual business goals utilizing Quixtar.com." "This initiative has been a smoother transition than expected for such a large conversion. Standard Register's service level and their ability to meet our critical mailing deadline requirements have met Quixtar's expectations. They're delivering as promised," said Karen Jorgensen, manager, Quixtar IBO Compensation & Awards. Standard Register will manage the aspects of the printing and distribution of key Quixtar financial and performance communications, including A/R statements, invoices, bonus statements, monthly activity reports and bonus checks, for hundreds of thousands of IBOs in North America. "We offer a comprehensive fulfillment capability to help companies drive down the cost of managing business communications, while improving their impact," said Brad Cates, Standard Register's vice president of marketing. "Combining our expertise in data processing and digital printing with our broad experience in both traditional and digital methods of delivery, Standard Register provides a measurable difference for customers, like Quixtar, by helping them to achieve their desired business goals." The three-year contract for this new business was signed in October 2005. Terms are not being disclosed.

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