HUNT VALLEY, MD—October 1, 2010—On the strength of its proprietary marketing systems automation technology, WebbMason, Inc. recorded its best-ever sales month in August, achieving over $8 million in revenue.
With its On-Demand Marketing Systems, WebbMason is on pace to increase revenue 31% this year over 2009.
“The economy has required companies to streamline their purchasing processes. More than ever, they need to generate cost savings, improve efficiency and deliver marketing ideas that lead to measurable results,” says Warner Mason, president and chairman of WebbMason. “Our single-source marketing and messaging platform empowers them to reach those goals. We are deeply appreciative of our clients’ confidence and excited about our growing market share.”
In 2010, WebbMason signed multiple new clients to MarketingBench, its online marketing automation platform. These top-tier firms encompass several industries, including medical, financial, retail/franchise and hospitality.
Under multi-year agreements, WebbMason provides its key clients with comprehensive print, brand management, warehousing, fulfillment and other services. More than 800 firms now rely on MarketingBench to personalize orders and track their marketing and communication materials online. The technology is particularly suited to organizations with multiple locations or offices.
“Since WebbMason began in 1989, we have known that each company faces challenges in executing its marketing strategy through its unique sales channel. Our constantly evolving, single-platform technology enables all of these companies to automate, organize and speed up their marketing and messaging systems in a way they’ve never experienced before,” Mason says.
With its new St. Louis location, WebbMason now operates 19 sales offices and seven warehousing, distribution and fulfillment locations in the United States. It also has a National Preferred Supplier Network of more than 200 best-in-class supply chain partners, representing about $3.5 billion in annual sales.
Earlier this year, the company also acquired the assets of R. Print Management Limited (RPM), a print distributor located in Fort Worth, Texas, and was ranked as the fifth-largest print distributor in the country by Print Solutions Magazine.