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Creo expands coverage of US flexo market.



Creo Inc., a global company with key strengths in imaging, software, and digital printing plate technology located in Vancouver, BC, Canada, has announced a new strategy to expand the distribution of Creo solutions to the flexographic market in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. . Creo is pleased to announce partnerships with All Printing Resources of Glendale Heights, IL, Anderson & Vreeland, Inc. of Bryan, OH, and JV Imaging Systems Inc. of Northborough, MA. These certified See certification.  flexo dealers will represent Creo prepress systems including the Prinergy Powerpack prepress workflow The automatic routing of documents to the users responsible for working on them. Workflow is concerned with providing the information required to support each step of the business cycle. , the ThermoFlex family of flexographic computer-to-plate imaging systems, and Integriso proofing systems, to meet the needs of flexographic printers, converters and trade shops.

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 Tom Roddy and Bob Sutton Bob Sutton is the defensive coordinator of the New York Jets. He was named defensive coordinator on February 20, 2006 after the dismissal of the Jets' former defensive coordinator Donnie Henderson.  have been appointed flexo channel managers. Bringing a combined total of over 50 years of experience serving the flexo market, Roddy and Sutton will work with the new partners to deliver end-to-end solutions (jargon) end-to-end solution - (E2ES) A term that suggests that the supplier of an application program or system will provide all the hardware and/or software components and resouces to meet the customer's requirement and no other supplier need be involved.

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 to customers. "We are very excited about the fact that industry leaders in the flexo supply chain are embracing Creo technology," stated Roddy. "Partnering with companies that are 100 percent focused on the flexo marketplace will allow us to deliver the best value to the customer."

Adds Patrick Morrissey, Creo vice president of channel sales, "The ability to bundle Creo workflow software and ThermoFlex imaging devices with flexographic plates, equipment and supplies from a variety of manufacturers will allow us to offer customers the ultimate technologies in flexographic printing. These new alliances signal Creo's commitment to provide flexo printers and converters in the US with solutions that will increase their profitability and grow their businesses."
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Date:Apr 1, 2005
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