The United States Postal Service named Ashton-Potter (USA) Ltd. of Williamsville winner of a 1999 Quality Supplier Award in the small business-manufacturing category. The company prints postage stamps.
CTG, an information technology services company in Buffalo, joined the Siebel Alliance Program as a consulting partner. Siebel is a supplier of front office software systems.
TrueNorth Co., a Buffalo geographic systems firm, was awarded GIS needs assessment projects for the town and Village of Westfield and the towns of Lewiston and Greece. TrueNorth and Erdman Anthony were awarded the GIS implementation project for the Lancaster GIS Consortium.
The Campos Group, a Western New York full communications organization, acquired an LVT digital film recorder that provides ultra high resolution outputs of digital assets. It can produce black and white negatives as well as color negatives and transparencies.
P.A.S. Associates Inc. of Clarence, a manufacturers representative, was appointed exclusive agent in Upstate New York for Williams Sound Corp., a manufacturer of assistive listening devices.