Solimar Systems Joins SGIA to Bring Print Expertise to Community
SAN DIEGO - July 3, 2018 - Solimar Systems, Inc., an innovative global solutions provider empowering critical communications through multi-channel document communications solutions for print, web and mobile delivery, announced that it joined the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA), a nonprofit worldwide association for the imaging community designed to provide imaging professionals with the know-how, advice, and knowledge to succeed in using the latest print technologies.
“We are delighted that Solimar Systems has joined the SGIA family. Their membership underscores our broad nature: SGIA is an association for the entire printing industry,” said Ford Bowers, President & CEO, SGIA.
Having Solimar join the long list of SGIA specialty printing organizations is an important statement to the print industry. As an established vendor for over 25 years, Solimar operates in a client-first methodology with relationships being a cornerstone of furthering client success through innovative solution implementations. The SGIA research, education and resources provided by the Association will also help Solimar implement relevant solutions that improve the efficiency of document workflows and the overall success of print service providers.
"We are very excited to be working with the SGIA organization and its members to share our knowledge and experience concerning the high volume customer communications print market,” said Mary Ann Rowan, Solimar Systems Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. “SGIA has done an outstanding job at expanding various print segments and allowing all its members - print service providers and industry suppliers - a way to connect and learn from each other. At Solimar, we want to help SGIA members become more successful by helping them streamline their high volume document communication workflows.”
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