Print Audit Revenues Increase8 Mar, 2005
Print Audit Revenues Increase
Print Audit, a print tracking software developer, announced that it has achieved annual sales growth. Print Audit doubled its sales in every year from 1999 to 2003 and increased its revenue by 89 percent in 2004.
Several factors account for the company's rapid expansion—the most significant being Print Audit's growing reseller channel, which increased by 77 percent in 2004. Reseller-dealers utilize Print Audit's products in order to analyze their clients' networks. An analysis with Print Audit's Analyzer Tool can reveal network inefficiencies and bottlenecks, allowing reseller-dealers to save their clients up to 40 percent in printing expenses.
New partnerships formed in 2004 with major distributors such as Sharp, Oki Data, Konica Minolta, Corporate Express and Toshiba also had a significant impact. Print Audit's two new international offices, located in Australia and South Africa, made their mark as well.
"We have been fortunate to have great products, customers, employees and resellers. They have allowed us grow faster than most companies," said John MacInnes, President and CEO of Print Audit. "We expect 2005 to be an even better year. Many organizations are only beginning to understand the positive impact proper print management can have on their bottom line."