"Conveying something new and exciting to offer."?
Noosh, which provides solutions for print sourcing and procurement, has changed its name to NewlineNoosh. The new name is intended to reflect not only the company's merger with Newline Management in April 2005, but also its broadened offerings as a result of that merger.
"While both companies were known in their respective marketplaces, we needed a way to convey, throughout the marketplace, that the combined company had something new and exciting to offer. We felt the most effective way going forward was to modify the company's name," says Mike Gardner, CEO of NewlineNoosh.
The company's offerings now include: technology-enabled print-management outsourcing services; a print-procurement solution that allows customers to internally manage all aspects of enterprise print projects and leverage the most effective purchasing strategy; a direct-mail solution; and a government print-management solution that automatically reconciles GPO IPAC files with GPO 2511 and SF-1 forms. (NewlineNoosh: www.newlinenoosh.com)
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