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WorkflowOne Selects Objective Advantage to support OMS

Press release from the issuing company

Houston, TX. 27th March 2007. Objective Advantage (OA), the software development specialists to the graphic arts industry, has secured a 12 month service support contract with WorkflowOne, the largest and fastest growing provider of print and promotional products in the US. The contract will see OA providing ongoing software support to WorkflowOne during the implementation of the Order Management Services (OMS) solution across its organization during the coming months. The OMS solution will enable WorkflowOne to benefit from improved management of supply chain processes and quality procedures, from the customer’s initial design brief, through to delivery of the final product. OA’s role will be to work with WorkflowOne’s existing team to enhance its primary sourcing tool by the development and introduction of a number of additional features to further streamline and simplify the sourcing process between WorkflowOne, its customers and its suppliers. “Objective Advantage offers a unique combination of industry knowledge and expertise with a proven track record and a great technology that can deliver real benefits to our business,” commented Ian O’Brien, Chief Information Officer at WorkflowOne. “We have worked with OA in the past, and were impressed with their service delivery and level of commitment. We are confident that they will provide a smooth integration of our OMS solution and we foresee a continued relationship as we move into a growth phase for our commercial print offerings.” Added Gareth O’Brien, CEO of Objective Advantage, “It is our goal as software development specialists within the graphic arts industry to help clients maximize productivity through the introduction of automation and integration into existing processes. As we continue to work with WorkflowOne, we will further demonstrate our ability to team up with our clients to develop flexible solutions that aid their business expansion programs.”