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Evergreen Printing chooses Technique MIS

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago - Technique Inc., a leading provider of modular ERP / MIS software solutions for the printing industry, today announces that Evergreen Printing Company chose Technique MIS and its Production Scheduling systems to improve efficiencies. N.J.-based Evergreen Printing Company is an award-winning publication printer specializing in the production of daily, weekly and monthly newspapers and magazines. After 10 years with a previous system, Evergreen's senior management identified the need to improve internal systems in order to maintain its position as one of the top printers in the country. Evergreen chose Technique's integrated suite of applications to streamline its operations, increase productivity and drive growth.

"It was vital that our chosen MIS help us grow the business without the need to add more people or other costs. Technique does all this, right out of the box," states Carmen Pinto, President of Evergreen Printing. "Technique understands the challenges we face as both a heat-set and cold-set publication printer. The MIS software is a great fit and will certainly reduce administration, streamline our whole workflow, and help us to better serve our customers."

"We offer a wide array of services to our customers--much more than just print--so we needed a very powerful and easy-to-use production scheduling tool to improve efficiencies," states Steve Weissman, Evergreen's Vice President of Production. "Technique was the natural choice. The Scheduling system is connected to Estimating, Order Management and Inventory, so I always know exactly where we are. When things change, I can see the most cost effective response and distribute the new plan in seconds."

"Evergreen is considered to be one the leading heat-set and cold-set printers in the United States, and Technique MIS is the ideal choice for its business operations. The return on investment will be rapid," comments Chris Wood, President of Technique Inc.