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System making communication management a Breeze


Cyclone launch system making communication management a Breeze

New company, Cyclone has entered the market to revolutionize the way companies handle all their communication needs. Launched this year Cyclone are to conver ting major corporates to their new communication management system Breeze.

Breeze uses sophisticated web-based technology to create a centralised hub through which all company communication and print needs can be accessed, developed and stored, co-ordinating production with existing suppliers. Cyclone foresee their system will see current print management systems become redundant.

The company will capture major corporate interest by offering, uniquely in the New Zealand market, a system that can handle all communication management, creating opportunities for real cost reductions and greater control and access, easing communication problems and delays.

Cyclone is born out the combined talents of Roger Park, Maurice Field, Rob Chamberlain and Simon Stevens, their collective expertise and experience in print production, print management, marketing and digital assets with a number of top 100 corporate clients in New Zealand and Australia. With over 30 years in the print industry, Roger built Techniche for the Blue Star Group and is back in the market creating a new way to manage corporate communications.

Breeze has been strategically developed combining extensive industry knowledge with award winning technologies. Cyclone is predicting major corporate interest in Breeze’s uptake following its launch.


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