The Top Five Enjoy Continued Success
He went on to say that WorkflowOne continues to see strong interest and growth potential in financial services and health-care. “Both of these markets have come under increased government scrutiny, which mandates how you communicate with your customers, shareholders and patients,” Zawalski commented. “In addition, the hospitality industry is flourishing once again, and with its growth, we are seeing increased marketing programs.”
Zawalski also observed that as the channel matures, there are changes in the traditional roles played by distributors and manufacturers. “As with other industries, customers are the drivers in this change,” he remarked. “In the end, they are looking for economies of scale, and consolidation of their vendor base and partners to help shoulder the burdens brought on by shrinking budgets and staff.”
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2006 Sales: $293 million
2005 Sales: $276 million
Manufacturing capabilities: No
Human Resources: The company increased the number of employees in its sales and administrative support areas in the last year, and continues to recruit new owners, including five new offices opened in October.
“Proforma owners, with state-of-the-art technologies, enable their clients to grow with innovative marketing solutions, such as direct mail, promotional products and business document printing,” said Greg Muzzillo, founder and co-CEO of Proforma, with his wife, Vera Muzzillo.
With more than 25 years of experience, Proforma remains clearly focused on providing solutions to North American businesses for their printing and promotional needs, including e-solutions.
“Our PLPs (Preferred Limited Partners) are vital to the success of our organization,” continued Muzzillo. “Proforma owners have established strong relationships with our PLPs and enjoy specialized attention and pricing. Our PLPs are excellent resources who are not only willing to educate our owners, but they are also willing to work hand-in-hand with them to develop the products that will best fit the end-user’s needs.”
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