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Nordis Technologies Expands Western U.S. Production Capabilities with New Las Vegas Facility

CORAL SPRINGS, FL, April 18, 2024 — Nordis Technologies, a fast-growing leader in omnichannel customer communications management and payments technology solutions, has doubled its print production and mail processing capacity in Las Vegas to accommodate its fast growth. After eight years in Nevada, the company staged the move to the new 30,000-square-foot facility with no interruption to its production schedule or productivity.
 
As part of the expansion, Nordis has added a Rival high-speed inserter and is in the process of bringing in more new equipment, including a RICOH Pro VC40000 continuous color roll-fed production printer capable of printing almost 1,200 pages per minute and BlueCrest Epic high-speed inserters. Nordis’ continued investment in top-of-the-line, high-efficiency equipment enables the company to effectively produce many millions of customized customer communications such as billing statements and other transactional documents each month.
 
“This move adds significant print production capacity to allow Nordis Technologies to expand our customer base further and bring more value-added services to existing customers,” said Ronnie Selinger, founder and CEO of Nordis Technologies. “The Las Vegas facility positions us to continue delivering the reliability, innovation, and scalability that our clients count on.”
 
Nordis Technologies’ print and mail operations integrate seamlessly with its patented Expresso™ Customer Communications Management (CCM) platform and digital production and delivery, enabling clients to manage the entire process of developing and distributing consumer mailings, email and text messages from a single system. The company’s key markets include auto finance, credit and collections, consumer finance, healthcare, insurance, mortgage, property management, utilities and vacation ownership.
 
The new Nevada location, which opened in late March, strengthens the company’s business continuity and redundancy of production and mailing services. Nordis operates a major print and mail facility at its Coral Springs, Florida headquarters.

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