Standard Register and Art Plus Technology Announce Co-Marketing Agreement
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, Ohio--Oct. 30, 2003-- Standard Register and Art Plus Technology have combined forces to launch a suite of end-to-end solutions to the financial services industry. StatementPlus Financial is a total "design-to-delivery" outsourcing solution that enables clients to implement industry-leading client account statements in as little as 90 days.
StatementPlus Financial seamlessly integrates Art Plus Technology's award-winning document design and development with Standard Register's expertise in print production, electronic delivery and mailing services. The solution will be marketed to financial services companies by Standard Register's direct sales force that has extensive experience and market knowledge in the financial industry.
"StatementPlus Financial provides investment and other financial services firms with an innovative and cost-effective way to strengthen client communications," said Jeff Relick, president of Standard Register Fulfillment Services. "Our clients can achieve world-class investor communications by leveraging APT's award-winning design capabilities and Standard Register's state-of-the-art printing and fulfillment operations. The solution eliminates the need for companies to have in-house resources to design and produce statements."
The suite of designs in StatementPlus Financial offers a high degree of flexibility and innovative features. Customizable statement sections offer multiple options to meet each client's unique branding and functionality needs. The StatementPlus Financial designs have been developed to incorporate proven design principles including variable messaging, data-driven graphics and the use of highlight or full color.
Products immediately available include annuity, retirement and variable life statements and transaction confirmations. More are in the works for 2004.
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