|By PR Newswire||
|April 17, 2014 01:59 PM EDT||
DENVER, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rivet Software, an industry leader in financial reporting, announced an expansion of their strategic partnership with Vintage Filings, focusing on providing a true end-to-end solution and a single point of contact for customers. Collectively Rivet and Vintage Filings will give customers the ability to automate their data to flow from a source accounting system, manage documents and spreadsheets in Microsoft Office, file to the SEC and complete all print services, such as S-1 Drafting and Filing, Formatting, Typesetting, Investment Relations, and Deal Management.
Rivet chose Vintage Filings as their preferred printer because of its knowledge and services surrounding the SEC's ever-changing filing regulations. Vintage Filings is known for its flexibility while providing high-quality, cost-effective compliance filing and production services. This partnership will allow Rivet customers to streamline their entire SEC filing process from start to finish. Vintage Filings and its parent company, PR Newswire, fully integrate shareholder engagement and compliance to promote improved communication between public companies and their stakeholders.
"This partnership benefits both firms, but more importantly it benefits our customers, who have been looking for a cost-effective yet high-quality true end-to-end option," stated Rivet Chief Executive Officer, Madelaine Rohan. "This partnership allows both parties to leverage their core competencies and now our customers literally have one place to come for all their SEC filing and printing needs."
As Vintage Filings becomes the top Rivet Software reseller, the relationship helps to build on Rivet's strategic plan, outlined by Rohan late last year, to extend Rivet's leadership position in the Microsoft Office-based Document, Disclosure and SEC Compliance Management space through strategic partnerships. This partnership also allows Rivet to provide its unlimited full offering to all Vintage clients, which includes access to Rivet's education and training, Crossfire Analytics, data connectors, and first line of product support. Rivet will also be able to penetrate new distribution channels in the financial reporting industry through Vintage Filing's extensive industry footprint beyond the SEC Compliance market.
"Clients have told us that a poorly supported or a pay-for-extra support XBRL SaaS platform has not really bridged the gap between full-service and self-service," said Liam Power, SVP of Compliance Services at PR Newswire / Vintage Filings. "Our partnership with Rivet bridges that gap, giving financial reporting departments' complete XBRL filing control, as well as a comprehensive training program with in-person XBRL executive Bootcamps, module-based online training and our exclusive double team support program."
About Rivet Software
Rivet Software provides financial reporting systems that improve the way companies create and consume financial information. Founded in 2003 by software and accounting industry veterans, Rivet's mission remains to revolutionize global financial communications by enabling financial transparency and leveraging global standards. Headquartered in Denver, Co., the firm employs the most experienced XBRL and financial reporting staff in the industry. Rivet was honored in 2011 and 2012 as an Inc. 500 company. www.rivetsoftware.com
About Vintage Filings
PR Newswire's Vintage Filings division is a full-service financial filing and printing firm and a leading partner for all your XBRL filing needs. With more than 4,500 public company clients, Vintage is one of the fastest growing compliance firms nationwide. Vintage partners with its clients to provide the knowledge and service necessary to meet the SEC's ever-changing filing regulations. Vintage Filings provides high-quality, cost-effective compliance filings and production services, including EDGAR Filings, typesetting, XBRL tagging, section 16 filings, investment management services, drafting sessions, virtual data rooms (VDR) and more.
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