Franchise Services Renews Provider Agreement With Nexpress For Equipment
Press release from the issuing company
DÜSSELDORF, Germany — Franchise Services, Inc. (FSI), parent company of the Sir Speedy, PIP Printing and MultiCopy franchise brands, has renewed its provider agreement with NexPress Solutions, Inc. for digital production printing equipment for franchisees in North America, the companies announced today.
The agreement includes both the NexPress 2100 digital production color press — the industry leader in digital production color printing — and the award-winning family of Digimaster print systems.
As part of the program’s roll out, NexPress Solutions, Inc. will offer detailed business opportunity assessments and on-site integration support to FSI’s 1,000 franchisees. These professional consulting services provided by NexPress — in conjunction with digital printing presses that set the standard for uptime, reliability, consistency and image quality — will provide FSI franchisees with on-demand, customized and personalized communications that deliver outstanding results.
“Franchise Services, Inc. is delighted to enter into this agreement with NexPress, providing our franchisees superior digital production color and digital monochrome printing solutions,” said Karl Post, vice president of strategic development for FSI. “With the NexPress 2100 press and the family of Digimaster print systems, our North American franchisees will be able to best meet their customers’ changing business needs by offering an array of high-value color and black-and-white print applications.”
“This agreement between NexPress and a world leader like Franchise Services is a reflection of our ability to listen to the needs of the marketplace and develop superior customer solutions,” said NexPress Solutions, Inc. President and CEO Venkat Purushotham. “We look forward to providing FSI comprehensive solutions, including software and professional consulting services, to enable its franchises to produce a broad range of digital production color and digital monochrome materials for their customers.”
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