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EFI Radius records record sales in 2010

February 1, 2011

Topflight and Robinette are two converters who have recently adopted the print management software system.

EFI (Nasdaq: EFII) has announced a record year of sales in 2010 for its recently acquired EFI Radius MIS/ERP software, adding more new business in the second half of 2010 than any period since Radius was founded. Two new customers are Topflight, a converter of labels and diecut components for the medical, cosmetics, consumer goods, and electronics markets; and The Robinette Company, a flexible and paper packaging manufacturer and converter serving the food, beverage, nutraceutical, construction, textile, and health care markets.

“Unlike other ERP offerings, Radius meets our unique requirements without the need for significant customization,” says George Thomas, president of The Robinette Company. “The financial stability of EFI, strong field support, and ease of use of the system were the other top reasons we selected Radius.”

“Radius will help streamline our business by enabling us to move from our current ERP system and dozens of spreadsheets to one integrated system,” says Rod Stone, president of Topflight. “By improving both data and job costing accuracy, we’ll be able to make more informed business decisions.”

“We’re thrilled with the big uptick in sales and customer adoption we had in 2010, which further validate that the EFI Radius solution is addressing the unique, specific needs of the label and packaging markets,” notes David Taylor, general manager of EFI Radius.

EFI Radius is designed to enable end-to-end, integrated business process management from order inquiry to cash receipt for label, flexible packaging, converting and folding carton businesses. It is designed to help printing and packaging companies optimize and automate their sales estimating, production planning, scheduling, materials management, shop floor data collection, job costing, time, and attendance.

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