Imprima Adds Multiple Language Interfaces To New iRooms Release

6/3/2009, 3:20 PM (Source: GlobeNewswire)
Imprima has added Spanish, Italian and Russian to the language
options on its award winning Virtual Data Room solution iRooms,
improving the user experience and increasing the accessibility for
global clients. The new additions give the user a total of seven
language options and Imprima is working towards the imminent release
of Chinese to join this comprehensive list.

Managing Director, Stephen Pusey says: "Despite an overall market
downturn in M&A activity, Imprima London's deals conducted through
iRooms are up 25% compared to Q1 2008, demonstrating the trust that
clients place in this technology and the importance of using a
recognised and robust product to conduct vital transactions."

The new language additions make concrete Imprima's commitment to
providing a local service with a global reach, ensuring that global
clients enjoy the full breadth of iRoom's services in their chosen
language resulting in a smoother and more efficient transaction
process.

Product Manager Heiko Engel says: "Clearly things have been tough in
the market recently which makes it all the more important to ensure
that our service and product offerings are second-to-none.

"Clients know that when they choose to partner with Imprima they are
selecting proven technology and an extendable service offering that
goes far beyond the market norm. Providing iRooms in multiple
languages is another demonstration of Imprima's commitment to
translating customer feedback into tangible improvements."

June 2009

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About Imprima

Imprima is the financial communications arm of the Mercurius Group
B.V, a specialist printing, publishing and communications group with
a Pan-European base and a presence in over 40 key financial centers
worldwide. Mercurius employs over 900 people and is wholly owned by
HAL Investments B.V, a Dutch Investment company listed on the
Euronext Stock Exchange.

Through concentrating on its core skills, Imprima has the flexibility
to function as an independent, whilst offering its customers
inherited skills gained from a century of successful operations.

Imprima has developed an evolving portfolio of products and services
to meet its clients' financial communications needs. Operating in
three key areas, Capital Market Transactions, Due Diligence Services
and Investor Communications, Imprima provides services to investment
banks, financial institutions, law firms and corporations across the
globe. Where Imprima really excels is in its ability to create a
bespoke experience, devising flexible solutions and delivering on
every deadline.

All of Imprima's operational procedures are blueprinted and
constantly scrutinised to identify areas where improvements can be
made. Imprima holds the quality certification ISO9001:2000. This
means that the British Standards Institute has independently
confirmed that its procedures and controls meet international
standards. Imprima's clients can be confident that not only is
Imprima committed to providing exceptionally high standards, there is
also a quality management system in place that provides an
illustration of precisely how its processes and practices should be
carried out, at all times.


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