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MyPrint Corporation Announces Plans to Expand National Footprint

Press release from the issuing company

IRVINE, Calif.--July 26, 2007-- In a move reflecting the company's continued growth, MyPrint Corporation today announced expansion plans to add at least three print production and fulfillment centers across the U.S. The company is considering locations in different metropolitan areas in the East, Midwest and Southwest regions of the US, and will finalize the sites by August 2007. The new locations should be fully operational in Q1 of 2008.
For MyPrint Corporation, one of the fastest-growing technology, print and fulfillment companies in the United States, expanding its footprint is necessary to continue to meet existing customers' requirements and the company's dynamic growth plan.
The company's flagship software product, eTools 3.0, offers a suite of print on-demand and supply chain solutions via an Internet-based software application. Currently, eTools is the print-on-demand software of choice for many of the nation's leading restaurant chains, with successful implementations at market leaders including IHOP and Red Robin. In addition, market-leading organizations in healthcare, hospitality, entertainment, travel and manufacturing select eTools for its cost-savings benefits and simplicity of use.
The company intends to use the new centers to expand its production and distribution reach into new markets, while minimizing customers' freight costs and substantially reducing the time to get materials into customers' hands. The additional locations will also support the organization's rapidly growing software implementation schedule.
"Scaling up the company's footprint is imperative to meet our customers' needs and to accommodate the organization's considerable growth since the launch of its newest version of software, eTools 3.0," said Kent Barkouras, CEO of MyPrint Corporation. "For the past several years, demand for our offering of services has sky-rocketed resulting in growing revenues. The need to continue to offer high service levels and keep distribution costs low is considerable; this expansion will allow one of our key vertical markets, the restaurant industry, to order and receive products much faster and more economically from regional MyPrint centers."
The company has added 10 national restaurant brands as customers in the past six months and according to Barkouras, the prospect for continued success is strong.