Canadian Bank Note selects Advent 3B2 to streamline production of documents
Press release from the issuing company
College Park, MD; January 21, 2004 - Advent 3B2, Inc. today announced that Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited recently purchased a multi-seat configuration of its 3B2 composition and pagination software for its Financial Printing Division.
The Advent 3B2 system is expected to help streamline the creation, review and fast turnaround production of financial documents for customers of the company's Financial Printing Division.
"We believe that Advent 3B2 software will help us to provide our clients with a bona fide technological advantage in the creation and editing of their financial documents," said Daniel R. McNeil, Vice President of Canadian Bank Note's Financial Printing Division. "We expect the new system will give us expanded flexibility and higher efficiency in the production of financial documents such as prospectuses, offering circulars and annual reports, so we can offer additional capabilities to meet the continually changing needs of our clients.
According to McNeil, Canadian Bank Note chose to work with Advent 3B2 because of the company's extensive experience in the financial printing arena as well as the strengths of its software and consulting services. Canadian Bank Note particularly appreciated the breadth of sophisticated composition capabilities built in to Advent 3B2 software and the fact that it can be tailored to CBN's specific needs and workflow requirements.
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