Print House Selects DOC1 for Personalized Statements

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Olympic Data Services has purchased DOC1 document composition software to create personalized statements, bills and invoices for its financial services and telecommunications customers.


DOC1 was developed by Group 1 Software, Lanham, MD, and is co-marketed by Pitney Bowes' docSense division, Danbury, CT. This marks the first sale of DOC1 by Pitney Bowes docSense since Pitney Bowes and Group 1 announced a global strategic alliance in March 2002.


Olympic Data is a print and mail house that specializes in data processing, graphic design, digital laser printing, and mailing services for credit unions, banks, telecommunications, hospitals, and medical clinics. It produces and mails 2 million documents per month.


"We obtained Group 1's DOC1 software from Pitney Bowes docSense to develop high quality documents that have the customized look and feel desired by our customers," said James Choi, president/CEO of Olympic Data Services.


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