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PrintFleet experiences double-digit revenue growth

July 31, 2015

The MPS software provider stated that it has “continued its trend” of growth “by investing in new product releases and enhancements”.PrintFleet

The company’s “double-digit revenue growth” has come from PrintFleet “investing in new product releases and enhancements” and from “expanding their list of distribution channels and OEM partners”. It added that “from small resellers to Global 500 enterprises, companies are recognising the need to manage their print environments and drive further efficiencies through automating supplies fulfilment”.

PrintFleet has “continued to expand” its network around the world of “industry-leading partners”, including VOW, Pulsar, ACM Technologies and Katun with its LINK MPS platform. It noted that as the business “continues to grow” and “supports multinational distribution and OEM partners”, the need for “standardised programme support” has also increased, with approximately 50 percent of its revenue “now generated outside North America”.

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It claims that this shows the “usability” of its “multi-language solutions and programme support”, with software available in seven languages and “utilised in over 120 countries […] companies are increasingly choosing PrintFleet to power their MPS programmes and data management needs as they relate to their printer business”. Other areas of growth have included “utilisation of its solutions within the dealer channel”, with a 65 percent increase in dealers working with the company directly.

Chris McFarlane, President and CEO of PrintFleet, stated: “Our focus on our core business, combined with the increased market awareness of the benefits of our LINK platform for supply chain automation, has propelled us to a significant milestone. Whatever the business driver is – reducing costs, going green or improving processes – a successful print management strategy must begin with accurate data. Our software enables our customers to make smart decisions.”

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