Syncron Cyberkare Appointed Reseller Of Dalim Software Solutions In Canada
Press release from the issuing company
NEW ORLEANS, LA - March 8, 2007 - Blanchard Systems, master distributor of Dalim Software products in North America, announces Syncron CyberKare has been appointed reseller of Dalim Software products in Canada.
Founded nine years ago, Syncron CyberKare is the result of the recent merger of Syncron Technologies and CyberKare. The company provides forward-thinking solutions to integrate systems into efficient, expandable digital environments, creating cross-organizational, real time information workflows between marketing, CRM, DAM and beyond. Solutions typically include asset management, collaborative mail servers, color proofing and workflows.
Syncron CyberKare believes the addition of Dalim Software solutions to its product portfolio will enable it to provide complete, sophisticated production automated solutions for their customer base of printers, and ad agencies, who have brought many prepress services in-house.
"We're very excited to represent the Dalim Software suite of products. We have experience implementing high-level asset management systems, and believe our customers will benefit from production automation. There are many prepress operations our customers are doing manually, where production automation will return significant cost savings," remarks Ron Lokaisingh, CEO, Syncron CyberKare. "Dalim Software products are solutions we can build on top of our clients' existing workflows to provide more sophisticated, cost-effective ways of operating."
"We're looking forward to working with Syncron CyberKare as a distribution partner in Canada. They have a very strong, diverse customer base and excellent coverage in the major graphic arts markets in Canada," comments Charles Blanchard, Blanchard Systems CEO. We see an excellent fit between Dalim Software products and the solutions currently offered by Synron Cyberkare."
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