Rocky Hill, Conn. (November 09, 2008) - DG3 North America, Inc. (DG3) has teamed with Software Marketing Associates, Inc. (SMA) and its premier software Pro-Mail to power DG3's new fulfillment center, which overlooks the Statue of Liberty from its North America headquarters in Jersey City, NJ.
DG3's new fulfillment facility opened in October as a direct result of increased customer demand for fully integrated global graphic communication solutions. The facility features thousands of skid locations and is open 24 hours a day for rapid response fulfillment of premium items, printed materials and print-on-demand materials. The center offers bulk shipping, kitting, print on demand, and drop shipping using every major delivery and courier service.
"We are delighted to continually offer advanced technological solutions to our clients worldwide," Dr. Michael Cunningham, DG3's Chief Executive Officer, says. "We believe that with this addition, DG3 can offer the most responsive and full-service graphic communications applications in the industry."
With locations on four continents, DG3 has become one of the world's best-known printing and communications groups. It offers marketing, print and document solutions services and specializes in end-to-end communications solutions for both regional and global organizations of all types and sizes.
Its choice of the Pro-Mail Solution makes them one of hundreds of companies nationwide using the software. The application helps companies like DG3 organize and manage fulfillment projects from simple to complex, easily, accurately, efficiently, and most important profitably.
"Each and every day, our focus is on our clients' success," Denise S. Lunden, President, SMA, says. "We understand the dynamic nature of the fulfillment and direct mail industries. To this end, we continually enhance our software products and provide superior customer service. We work hard to offer companies such as DG3 the best fulfillment software available."
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