BR Printers Acquires Provider of Direct Marketing and Fulfillment Services
SAN JOSE, Calif. and DENVER - November 9, 2018 - BR Printers, a digital print and marketing solutions services company, announced the strategic acquisition of Endpoint Direct, a direct marketing, mail, data and fulfillment services company.
BR Printers provides digital printing products, based in San Jose, Calif., and Independence, Ky. The company’s product portfolio includes self-publishing solutions, print-on-demand, short run publications, web-to-print, rebinds, packaging, large format signage, banners, and marketing solutions.
”We view this acquisition as a critical milestone in our multi-phase strategic plan that will help us continue to grow our client base and national footprint in addition to better serving our future and existing clients with new services,” said Adam DeMaestri, BR Printers CEO and president. DeMaestri continued, “The technology and people talent at Endpoint Direct is extraordinary, we are ecstatic to have the team join the BR Printers family and welcome them all today.”
Endpoint Direct is a leading provider of direct marketing and fulfillment services. Founded in 2003 and based in Denver, Colo., with a client portfolio ranging from small start-ups to large for profit and non-profit companies globally. Endpoint Direct provides graphic design, data and demographic selection, mailing, fulfillment and distribution powered by data expertise and institutional knowledge.
Shari Weissman Endpoint Direct President and Founder said, “We are thrilled to join the BR Printers team. The vision Adam has laid out is right in line with where we see the future leading Endpoint Direct. Our service offering only gets stronger when powered by BR Printers, our clients, employees and partners will continue to succeed and grow while experiencing the high level of service they have grown accustomed to with Endpoint Direct.”
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