Think Patented Acquires Prime Marketing Cos.March 1, 2013
DAYTON, OH—March 1, 2013—Think Patented, one of the region’s largest cross-media companies, has acquired Prime Marketing Cos. of Miamisburg, OH. The acquisition strengthens an already robust portfolio of services.
“Our customers are the ones that ultimately win with this acquisition,” said Ken McNerney, CEO and managing partner, Think Patented. “The people, software solutions and overall capabilities that our combined companies offer will be a tremendous asset for our clients and their marketing needs.”
Prime Marketing is focused on marketing performance and brings talented people, and emerging technology that delivers multi-channel engagement solutions demanded by today’s marketers.
Think Patented, has redefined what a printing company is. Offering services to national and international clients with conventional and digital printing, One2One Marketing, pURL's, mobile marketing, Web-to-print solutions, fulfillment services, direct mail and promotional products, all under one roof.
“This is an extremely exciting time for employees and clients from both companies,” noted Niels M. Winther, chairman and managing partner for Think Patented. “We will continue to look for opportunities where we can bring innovative solutions to our clients.”
Prime employees will continue to work out of their current location until May. Both groups will move into Think Patented’s new 75,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility in Miamisburg, OH. The new location will house the 110+ employees; offer expanded capabilities, and process efficiencies and advanced data security in a convenient location for clients.
“Our customers want a seamless integration of commercial/digital print, marketing services, fulfillment, mailing, data analytics and promotional products,” relayed Gary Smith, president, Prime Marketing Cos. “They want the maximum value from a few, highly selective partners. We can now offer this integration and value under one roof. This is a perfect situation where one plus one equals three.”
Source: Think Patented.