Thursday, April 2, 2009

GMC Software is doing fine. They sell software for personalized printing and transpromo.

I guess they haven't heard Print is dead or that the Sky is Falling or . . .Maybe they will tie the printernet together. Sounds like they have the all contacts and expertise you might need.

GMC Report 45% Growth in 2008 -
from WhatTheyThink
Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland– Despite the current gloomy economic climate, GMC Software Technology reports outstanding results with a 45% year over year growth for 2008. The Swiss–based company says the two main contributors to its success in 2008 were productivity enhancements to its award-winning PrintNet suite of software and the global growth in transpromo applications.

“2008 was an exceptional year for GMC,” said Dr. Ren�M�ller,” CEO. “We saw a large increase in the number of large enterprise accounts and increased revenue from our professional services."
This is what GMC does,
About GMC
We serve thousands of users worldwide in direct mail, PSP and enterprise organizations in a wide range of industries including financial services, banking, insurance, telecommunications, utilities and health care. Many of our customers are producing in excess of 100 million personalized documents per month - including direct mail, bills, statements, correspondence, catalogs, invoices and combined transactional/marketing (transpromo) materials.

We differ from our competition by providing exceptionally reliable technologies and products (with worldwide ISO 9001:2000 certification and CMMI development methodology), rapid application development capabilities, open standards and best in class professional services and support.

We are a global company, headquartered in Switzerland, with offices throughout Europe, the USA, Canada, Latin America and Asia. To better serve you, we are continually expanding our sales and support coverage throughout the world, with offices currently located in Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Shanghai, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, USA.
These are their partners:

1 comment:

  1. I really think they may be missing a few screws there. So what if they have a whole lot of partners. no matter the case, the need for them is declining fast. Business practices and theories claim that their industry is dying.