This has been an exciting week for Executive Data Control. We have expanded our services through the acquisition of Marketing Partners Inc., doing business as Embroidery House.
Executive Data Control, is well known for its innovative online printing systems that help customers such as Bass Pro, O’Reilly Automotive, Oxford Health Care and Ferrell Duncan with reward programs, business cards, inventory, and every possible printing need with fast and convenient online processes, will now offer branding apparel, embroidery and promotional items.
Owner Steve Visio states “Embroidery House’s expertise in corporate apparel and promotional products fits really well with Executive Data Control’s focus on supply chain management. By combining our technology and reporting systems with their knowledge, talent and equipment, we can offer better control, cost reductions and efficiency while maintaining our high quality standards. Every way you look at this it is a win, win, and win.”
This new partnership will offer more services, expertise, and options to the customer while providing better benefits and opportunities for the employees of both organizations. The Embroidery House employees will join Executive Data Control including owner Nick Burlison who additionally works for PJC Insurance. Nick commented that “This is the perfect way to offer an expanded level of expertise and services to customers of Embroidery House and Executive Data Control. We look forward to raising the bar on all services offered.”
Our customers have to get more done with fewer staff than ever before. They turn to Executive Data Control to manage the whole supply chain process. From analysis and design to sourcing, online access, warehousing, fulfillment, payment processing and reporting. It is not so much what products you buy as it is how and why you buy the products you use. Embroidery House’s existing customers will have access to our entire supply chain management process. This will bring more value to them; in cost reduction, and productivity enhancing efficiencies.