Webb/Mason Selected as Leading Distributor by DMIA Print Solutions Magazine
Press release from the issuing company
Baltimore, MD—Webb/Mason, an enterprise print management provider, has been recognized for the second consecutive year by the Document Management Industries Association (DMIA) as one of the leading distributors in the printing and document management industry. The Top 100 list, published in the June 2002 issue Print Solutions Magazine, ranks Webb/Mason as the twelfth largest distributor in the United States.
With 2001 sales of $38 million, Webb/Mason has experienced an annual growth rate averaging 25 percent since 1989. Webb/Mason provides customers with an online proprietary Enterprise Print Management Center, known as EPM Online, which allows users within an organization to streamline the procurement of printed and branded materials more effectively. Online users can release items from inventory, customize and order stationery, business cards, brochures and promotional items.
Webb/Mason’s online service allows buyers and managers to review real-time inventory information, receive automated reorder notifications, track orders and ensure brand integrity throughout an organization.
"We are pleased to be selected again this year for the Top 100 list by the DMIA," stated Warner Mason, president and co-founder of Webb/Mason. "We have worked hard over the past 10 years to grow with our customers as they automate their purchasing systems and look for ways to improve efficiencies. Evolving into an enterprise print management provider has allowed us to tackle complex solutions for our customers by streamlining their printing and document needs."
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