Banta Corporation Excels In Information Technology Capabilities
Press release from the issuing company
MENASHA, WI . . . For the fourth year in a row, Banta Corporation’s information technology capabilities ranked in the top half of InformationWeek magazine’s annual recognition of the top 500 technology innovators.
InformationWeek ranks U.S. companies with $1 billion or more in annual revenue based on patterns of technical, operational and organizational innovation. Core areas of operations are studied, including IT budgets, technology deployment, E-business, customer knowledge, infrastructure, and business and technology strategies. Banta ranked number 217 out of 500.
“Our IT, operations and customer service teams continue to do outstanding work by building on past success through constant attention to finding innovative, cost-effective and efficient solutions,” said Stephanie A. Streeter, president and chief executive officer.
“Throughout the corporation, we meet not only our own complex internal technology needs, but also provide our customers with comprehensive solutions for everything from customized digital workflow systems and Internet marketing, to developing and deploying sophisticated systems capable of tracking product from order through fulfillment and distribution. Whenever possible, we also employ technologies to improve our customers’ cash-to-cash cycle,” said Streeter.
Banta Corporation is a technology and market leader in printing and supply-chain management. The corporation provides a comprehensive combination of printing and digital imaging solutions to leading publishers and direct marketers, including advanced digital content management and e-business services. Banta’s global supply-chain management businesses provide a wide range of outsourcing capabilities to the world’s largest companies. Services range from materials sourcing, product configuration and customized kitting to order fulfillment and global distribution.
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