PAN Communications Adds Eight New Clients
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PAN Communications Adds Eight New Clients

PAN Communications, which specializes in technology, consumer and professional services public relations, has added eight new clients on the heels of its Novell win in November and several renewed client partnerships for 2009.

Paul Holmes

ANDOVER, MA—PAN Communications, which specializes in technology, consumer and professional services public relations, has added eight new clients on the heels of its Novell win in November and several renewed client partnerships for 2009.

 

New technology clients include Motricity, which provides technology, mobile solutions and services to leading carriers and enterprise customers globally; CODY Systems, an industry leader in the collection, analysis, and sharing of critical data for public safety and homeland security agencies; and Omtool, a leading provider of information capture and handling solutions that control the enterprise document lifecycle.

 

New consumer clients include QIO Systems, an electronics company that creates a “wearable network” for consumer electronic devices; Verde Home Products, which is focused on marketing branded products that challenge current design principles; Luggage Forward, a leading provider of door-to-door luggage and sports equipment delivery; and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. PAN is working in cooperation with Kyodo PR to advance the popularity of high quality Japanese seafood products in the United States.

 

On the professional services front, meanwhile, the firm has added MGPS, a management consulting firm with financial,  logistical and technological expertise, based in Toronto.

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