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November 06, 2012

Vizibility Announces Its Recent Addition to Improve Efficiency

Earlier last week, the provider of a unique mobile identity management platform for organizations and their people, Vizibility, announced the recent addition of three major new professional services customers and a new printer reseller.

Via a QR code, a mobile wallet card with NFC and, coming soon, Apple Passbook, Vizibility's Mobile Business Card, a personalized mobile website, can be shared easily. With many printing individualized QR codes on business cards, downloadable PDF bios and other collateral, organizations of all sizes are adding Vizibility Mobile Business Cards to their corporate identity packages.

Using the latest technologies to improve efficiency for themselves and their customers, organizations that use Vizibility to package and share their Web presence are typically technically savvy. Even in a challenging economic environment, these firms are successful and growing, because they fundamentally think differently about how to engage with customers and prospects.

Recent additions include Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, an AmLaw 100 firm with 625 lawyers and 14 offices across three continents; Goldberg Segalla LLP, a law firm with more than 140 lawyers in 11 offices across the Northeastern U.S. and Europe; and Marks Paneth & Shron LLP, the 32nd largest accounting firm in the United States with a significant presence in the New York region.

"Vizibility's flexible mobile identity management solution makes it a snap to set up and use Mobile Business Cards that allow our clients to download our attorneys' vCards, view LinkedIn connections, and share hand-picked profiles, videos and other packaged online content,” said Jennifer O'Leary Cathell, eMarketing, Design & Brand Manager at Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP.

Furthermore, it was also announced that top printer BurdgeCooper, has begun offering Vizibility to its customers. One of the nation's largest small-format commercial printers, BurdgeCooper's roots back to 1874 and is now the world's largest engraving company.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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