Webb/Mason Receives Excellence in e-Business Award
Press release from the issuing company
Baltimore, Maryland—June 19, 2002— Webb/Mason, a Maryland-based enterprise print management provider, has been selected to receive the Excellence in E-Business Award by the Baltimore Business Journal. Webb/Mason was recognized for its Web-based enterprise print management system (EPM Online) that enables companies to manage the entire cycle of design, production, printing and delivery of printed materials such as brochures, stationery and marketing collateral from the end-user’s desktop. EPM Online streamlines the procurement function by eliminating obstacles and delays in the ordering process, leveraging purchasing power and managing inventories more efficiently with significant hard and soft cost savings.
Webb/Mason’s proprietary Internet print management application, EPM Online provides customers with a secure portal to manage entire print inventories. Version 4.0 is based on the XML and cXML language and supported by an Oracle database providing variable data functionality. This capability allows users to build complex marketing materials such as multi-panel brochures, postcards, invitations and other one-to-one marketing items. After building the materials based on content controlled by a central marketing group, end users can also create their own direct mail campaigns.
"We are pleased to have been selected to receive the Excellence in E-Business Award," said Warner Mason, president and co-founder of Webb/Mason. "Our development team led by Brian Fritsche is top-notch and has developed a product that meets the changing needs of our customers."
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