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PFL Tech Inc. is a marketing technology company that provides sales enablement and marketing automation solutions, as well asprinting, mailing, and fulfillment services. They also provide some great Montana Jobs.

Quanta v. LG Electronics, Inc.: The Supreme Court Extends Patent Exhaustion To Patented Methods

The longstanding doctrine of patent exhaustion provides that “the initial authorized sale of a patented item terminates all patent rights to that item.”

PrintingForLess.com Named Finalist in 2008 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of Year® Award and 2008 American Business AwardsSM

“I’m honored to be a finalist for the Ernst & Young Award this year and am very proud of our customer service team for being a finalist in the Stevie Awards,” says Andrew Field. “These nominations recognize how our investments in technology, training and talent have helped us to build a great company that contributes to the community and helps other entrepreneurs succeed.”

PrintingForLess.com Goes to the Dogs and Increases Productivity

“Here at PrintingForLess.com, we bring our dogs to work on a daily basis,” says Andrew Field, PFL Founder and CEO. “Our dog-friendly policy helps staff morale and builds camaraderie among employees, so it is important for us to celebrate this fun day and help increase awareness for pet adoptions on a regular basis.”

Printing Matters June 2008 Newsletter from PrintingForLess.com

This month we’re providing insight into how you can use your culture to become a more dynamic, more productive and more profitable organization.

"Printing Matters" May 2008 Newsletter from PrintingForLess.com

This month we’re pointing you to some tips for making R & R your mantra, so you can tear into each task refreshed, excited and renewed.

Practice Sustainability and Receive High-Quality Printing at PrintingForLess.com

Now, small business owners can fulfill their high-quality printing needs while doing their part to be environmentally responsible.

PrintingForLess.com Wins Prestigious 2007 Management Plus Award

“We work diligently to hire and train the best to provide our customers with remarkable interactions they’ll want to tell their friends about,” says Andrew Field, PrintingForLess.com Founder and CEO. “This award recognizes how our investments in technology, training and talent companywide have enabled us to continually raise the bar.”

PrintingForLess.com February 2008 Newsletter

They say "love don’t cost a thing," but according to Valentine’s Day statistics, it certainly does.

PrintingForLess delivers grant to mentoring group, The Livingston Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Challenges others to match

PrintingForLess also challenged the program to find additional sponsors to match its donation.

PrintingForLess.com Helps Big Brothers Big Sisters Raise Over $33,000

“The funds raised for BBBS will help children ages 6 through 18 reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentor relationships,” says Andrew Field, PrintingForLess.com Founder and CEO. “By supporting this fine organization, we hope to help build a positive future for children in our local community.”