(Menlo Park, CA - May 23, 2001) - iPrint.com, inc. (NASDAQ: IPRT), the leading online printing technology and infrastructure provider, today announced it is changing its name to iPrint Technologies, inc. During iPrint's annual meeting, which took place today, the company also reaffirmed its commitment to Enterprise Publishing, a technology platform and portfolio of e-printing services that connects any corporate e-procurement environment with any backend printing environment.
"The name, 'iPrint Technologies,' best reflects our core competency of providing enterprise-level e-printing technology to improve the print buying process," stated Royal P. Farros, Chairman and CEO of iPrint. "This name marks a new phase of growth for us in the rapidly expanding world of e-procurement."
Continued Farros, "Buying print remains one of the largest purchasing expenditures in corporations. We believe we're ideally positioned to go after the Fortune 1000 given our recently announced e-procurement partnerships with Oracle and PeopleSoft, the two heavy-weights in the industry."
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