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Print Audit® Expands its MPS Solutions to Germany

13 Jul, 2011

Print Audit® Expands its MPS Solutions to Germany


CALGARY, ALBERTA - July 2011 - Print Audit® has experienced a growth and global expansion faster than any other print management company in the world. This advancement has helped Print Audit establish offices on 6 continents with the newest location, Print Audit Deutschland in Korschenbroich, Germany. The office will be led by Dr. Hans-Werner Stottmeister, Managing Director and CEO.

With over 20 years of experience in the print management industry, Stottmeister has developed longstanding relationships with office equipment dealers such as Toshiba, Ricoh and Canon. As an experienced entrepreneur, Stottmeister has many plans to grow Print Audit in the German market where managed print services is just starting to gain momentum.

"German office equipment dealers have been waiting for something like Print Audit for years and I am very happy to be offering it to our customers via a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model," says Stottmeister. "Print Audit has the most advanced user and device management tools in the market today and has a solid reputation throughout the print industry. In Germany, MPS is a new notion that is growing rapidly and I want Print Audit to be leading the print market by helping companies understand and manage their printing environments."

Print Audit Deutschland joins a growing network of Print Audit offices throughout Europe with the regional office in the United Kingdom and a sister office in France. Worldwide, Print Audit has offices in South Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada and the United States.

For more information on Print Audit Deutschland, please visit http://www.printaudit.de/




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