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SATO PrintConnect to utilize Adeptia integration technology
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Apr '10
Adeptia Inc., an innovative provider of business process integration technologies, announced the purchase of its Integration Suite product by SATO Labeling Solutions America, Inc., a leading global provider of innovative label and tag printing solutions throughout the retail supply chain.

SATO PrintConnect system will utilize Adeptia's business process integration technology to integrate customer order files with its printing systems. Customers are able to submit order files in their own formats. Automated processing using Adeptia technology ensures data integrity, security, and consistency. Adeptia's Integration solution is particularly well suited for these diverse initiatives and is expected to deliver strategic value to SATO Labeling by addressing following areas:

• Improve flow of information: Automate data flows from customers, partners and between multiple information systems.
• Improve process efficiency and timeliness: Automate business rules and coordinate different tasks allowing greater management and control over business processes making them seamless and efficient.

"SATO PrintConnect enables manufacturers to order barcoded tags and labels easily online according to their production schedule, and assures Retailers of data integrity and print quality. This is an important expansion of our product offering. We required a comprehensive data processing and integration system to enable this service and we found with Adeptia the flexible system we needed," said Joseph Podsedly, President of SATO Labeling Solutions America, Inc.

"We are excited that SATO Labeling has selected the Adeptia Integration solution to be an important element of its new strategic PrintConnect offering. Adeptia strives to meet customers' needs and exceed expectations. As always, our objective is to help our clients gain a competitive advantage by automating their business and data processes." said Lou Ennuso, CEO of Adeptia.

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