The LPP aims to achieve the successful vision and objectives that underpin a growing labelling strategy
PRISYM ID, the leading provider of labelling solutions for the life sciences industries, has announced the launch of its exciting Lifetime Partnership Programme (LPP).
PRISYM ID is committed to a lasting partnership with clients for as long as they have a need for label management.
The new programme offers lifelong support on a flexible basis — working together to achieve the vision, objectives and requirements that underpin a growing labelling strategy.
Dedicated to life sciences organisations, the Lifetime Partnership Programme offers multiple entry points, scalable to the size of any organisation.
Whether starting from a single workstation to as many as the largest enterprises require, seamless upgrades to the next appropriate level ensure consistency, continuity and maximum return on investment.
PRISYM ID also provides a range of professional services to support the new Lifetime Partnership Programme.
Warren Stacey, SVP of Global Sales at PRISYM ID, comments: “The Lifetime Partnership Programme gives you the assurance that, whatever your labelling requirements today, tomorrow and beyond, you will never need to change your label management solution."
"The seamless upgrade path through all the tiers, from the entry level PRISYM SaaS option, right up to our On Premise or Private Cloud enterprise level deployments, means that your labelling platform will grow with you to meet your most complex, distributed and global needs."
"Also, as your IT platforms evolve, the PRISYM ID solution will complement and support any changes, offering the necessary levels of fast deployment, integration flexibility and validation.”
Stacey concludes: “PRISYM ID is proud of its record of delivering customer driven solutions and the loyalty of our clients. The Lifetime Partnership Programme reflects our belief in our solutions and our ability to address the challenges customers face throughout the lifecycle of the organisation and the label management processes required.”