Print Audit Brings Print Management Solutions to Australia
Calgary, Alberta - July 30, 2008– Over the last nine years, Print Audit has established a pattern of rapid growth, constant improvement, and seized opportunities – with the company’s revenue growing 87 percent just in the last year. The print management company continues its pattern of growth and development this week, with the opening of a new and improved office in Sydney, Australia. The office will be the regional headquarters for both Print Audit ANZ and Print Audit South East Asia and the Director of Operations will be Barry Mortimer.
“Nothing pleases me more than adding hardworking, innovative professionals to our growing team,” said John MacInnes, President and CEO of Print Audit. “Barry Mortimer has the experience, knowledge, and drive to accomplish Print Audit’s dual goals of saving businesses money and reducing waste around the world. I am confident that the new Sydney office will uphold Print Audit’s commitment to providing companies with the best print management solutions and customer service available.”
Mortimer has been involved in the print industry since 1987 and has over 10 years of management experience at both Canon and Ricoh. Under his direction, Print Audit ANZ will focus on current print management concerns including helping office equipment dealers add value to their deals, along with compliance, regulation and environmental issues. Australian companies are now required to report their carbon footprint – a trend that many think will spread to other countries in the near future.
“Print Audit provides, without doubt, the most accurate and comprehensive set of tools available,” said Mortimer. “I am really looking forward to positioning Print Audit as the market-leading print management information provider in the Australian, New Zealand and South East Asian regions. This is a great opportunity to build on the Print Audit successes in so many other parts of the world.”
The new Print Audit ANZ office joins Print Audit sister locations in North America, Latin America, Europe, and South Africa.
For more information about Print Audit, please contact:
Public Relations Representative
Print Audit - North America
Suite 109, 5760 - 9 Street SE
Calgary, AB. Canada T2H 1Z9
About Print Audit:
Established in 1999 and headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Print Audit is the fastest growing print management company in the world. By providing businesses with innovative and practical print management software solutions, the company has helped customers recapture over $79 million in printing and photocopying expenses while saving an estimated 90,000 trees a year. Print Audit has offices located in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada and the United States.
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