DJS Communications Wins Its First IABC Renaissance Award for
INCAT International Client Magazine Insight
Award of Excellence in Print Communication - Magazine category
ROYAL OAK, Mich., June 15, 2005 /PRNewswire/ -- DJS Communications, an independently owned corporate communications
group founded just one year ago, won its first ever Renaissance Award for the INCAT International plc quarterly client magazine,
INCAT Insight. The Award of Excellence was presented yesterday by the Detroit Chapter of the International Association of Business
Communicators (IABC) in the Print Communication - Magazine category.
"The feature stories really provide value-added information that's not 'sales-y' in nature. Wonderful results," said the judges, adding,
"Excellent writing and placement of photos and graphics for an interesting magazine. Full of helpful updates ... and consistency of
information from one issue to the next."
"INCAT Insight is a key element in our overall client relationship management strategy," said INCAT CEO Ulrich Herter. "This award
is certainly an honor, but the proof of Insight's success is its steadily growing subscriber base among our clients at major automotive
and aerospace OEM's, and the organizations that supply them."
INCAT Insight is distributed to thousands of INCAT clients throughout North America who are users of Product Lifecycle
Management (PLM) services and products. "The success of INCAT Insight magazine is the result of the hard work of our talented
contributors, the support of our advertisers, and the support of our client -- INCAT -- for a total focus on reader value," said Daniel
Saad, Insight editor.
INCAT (London Stock Exchange: ICN) is an independent, global professional services company focused on Product and
Information Lifecycle Management. Founded in 1989, and headquartered in London and Detroit, INCAT works with Fortune 500
and other organizations in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
IABC is a network of professionals committed to improving organizational effectiveness through strategic communication. With more
than 100 chapters, IABC serves 13,500 members in 60 countries and 10,000 organizations.
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