Pressero Helps Santa Spread More Joy at Christmas

December 6, 2012. Wheaton, IL — Aleyant Systems, an innovative leader in providing robust software services to the graphic communications industry at value-driven prices, today reported that SantaSentMeALetter.com, in its sixth year of spreading joy to children during the holidays, has been able to streamline its workflow and improve its ability to handle the growing number of requests for letters from Santa. Hoping to exceed the 5,000 letters sent last season, SantaSentMeALetter.com is dedicated to delivering a customized product that offers a magical way to start the holiday season.

“Aleyant is known for its responsiveness to customer requirements,” said Greg Salzman, President of Aleyant Systems. “When the folks at SantaSentMeALetter.com asked us to enhance some capabilities within the Pressero web-to-print storefront they use as an ordering mechanism, we jumped right on it.”

“We literally had a party in the office when the new capabilities came through,” said Kelly Easterling, Partner and Chief Mail Officer. “It makes a huge difference in our ability to handle this workload which is all crunched into a few weeks. Clearly, we have a deadline. Letters from Santa can’t be late!”

The complete SantaSentMeALetter.com story can be found at http://www.pressero.com/page/case-studies-on-effective-web-to-print. Order deadline for letters to Santa in 2012 is December 16th.

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