LBM Systems receives Outstanding Partner Award

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<p><strong>New Canaan, Conn. &mdash; July 13</strong><br />LBM Systems, a developer of UNIX, Linux, Windows and AS/400-based software that manages business-critical print and digital document delivery processes, has received a 2007 Outstanding Partner Award from Hewlett-Packard. </p><p>LBM Systems&#39; AXIAR software formats, routes and tracks business-critical document output to HP multi-function printers and laser printers. </p><p>As a member of HP&#39;s Solution Business Partner program for more than seven years, LBM Systems has facilitated the implementation of thousands of HP devices at hundreds of customer sites around the world.<br /><br />HP&#39;s Imaging and Printing Group, based in Boise, Idaho, presented the award after multiple LBM digital document delivery successes at customer sites such as John Deere, BMC West, Creative Artists&#39; Agency and State Street Global Finance.</p><p>LBM&#39;s ability to implement in UNIX, Linux, Windows and AS/400 environments delivers deeper access into customer accounts by linking business applications hosted on diverse operating systems with remote HP printing environments. </p><p>The result is more-efficient printing, faster digital-document delivery and improved business processes.<br /><br />In addition to providing software solutions to HP&#39;s Imaging and Printing Group through the Solution Business Partner program, LBM Systems also delivers HP-based UNIX, Linux and Windows server solutions through HP&#39;s Developer &amp; Solution Partner Program.<br /><br />&quot;By providing a software solution based on HP servers that is optimized for use with HP printers and MFPs, we bidirectionally link HP&#39;s best-of-breed imaging and printing technology with HP&#39;s best-of-breed server technology,&quot; said Andy Wellman, LBM Systems chief operating officer. &quot;The quantifiable value we deliver with HP is through reduced document production and distribution costs, fewer IT help desk calls related to printing and accelerated business processes that rely on information delivery via documents (purchase orders, invoices, checks, reports,<br />etc.). </p><p>&quot;Based on these cost savings and efficiency improvements, many of our customers report software return on investment in less than six months.&quot;</p>

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