Crawford partners with BlueCrest to combine mail processing and workflow technology

Crawford Technologies (Toronto), a leading provider of document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, has signed a partnership agreement with BlueCrest (formerly a division of Pitney Bowes’ Document Messaging Technologies), a global technology provider and supplier of enterprise software, printers, inserters, sorters and parcel solutions, to be a Value-Added Reseller (VAR) of Crawford Technologies’ enterprise software and document accessibility solutions.

The partnership strengthens BlueCrest’s well-established Output Management workflow software solutions by providing advanced capabilities, such as Crawford Technologies’ easy-to-use graphical interface, to a broader market of users. The companies added that combining these software solutions will allow clients to improve productivity, performance and document accessibility by further integrating their print and mail operations.

Grant Miller.

“We’re excited to partner with Crawford Technologies to provide our clients with the best possible document workflow solutions,” said Grant Miller, President and CEO of BlueCrest. “This partnership complements our suite of Output Management Enterprise software solutions and enables us to deliver greater value to a wider range of clients. We’ll also be better equipped to help our clients ensure compliance with document accessibility regulations. We look forward to a very successful partnership with an organization that shares our commitment to security, innovation and collaboration.”

Ernie Crawford.

“BlueCrest is a valuable addition to our VAR network,” said Ernie Crawford, President of Crawford Technologies. “This partnership brings the leader in mail processing together with the leader in the-work-behind-the-workflow, benefiting all customers that touch a document in their daily activities. With partners like BlueCrest, we continue to expand our ability to deliver world-class solutions to our global markets.”


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.