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30 January 2017

New Year, new name for Prolog Print Media

Prolog Print Media, a leading supplier of employee communications, most notably epayslips, has taken the decision to change its business name.

Glyn King, Managing Director explains: “When we named Prolog Print Media –14 years ago – ‘print’ was the only mainstream way to share written information with employees.

Now, print is one of many different channels. It’s still vital: we print 60 million payroll, reward, pension and HR documents each year. But we host almost 40 million more online. We feel it’s time for a name that better reflects the MultiChannel world we serve.

In 2013, we acquired our long-term business partner Datagraphic: home to the technical and production expertise for our MultiChannel, Epay, PrologManaged and PrologMail services.

Datagraphic is our Strategic Document Outsourcing (SDO) company. In addition to employee communications we produce minute-critical documents for world leading financial institutions, health authorities and 10% of the FTSE 100.

Our sales and marketing team in Chesterfield have been working closely with our product teams in Rugby and we’ve got a fascinating roadmap of ideas for employee communications. One company name for Prolog Print Media and Datagraphic will be unifying for these teams and I’m excited about the work we are doing together. “

Although the business name will change from 1 March 2017, Mr King is keen to reassure customers that for anything else it will be business as usual.

Glyn commented: “The same great people, in the same locations, will continue to deliver the same employee communications our customers know and trust.

Many customers start their journey with us buying payslip and P60 stationery supplies and that remains part of our service offering. What’s great, is when they evolve with us. When we take their employee data and bring it to life. Printing it, to remove the burden of in-house print and fulfilment. Presenting it online for employees to view on any screen and using graphics and personalisation to make employee content engaging.

The name Datagraphic fits our aspiration to be the UK’s leading provider of secure MultiChannel employee communications.” 

A short video, in which Glyn King explains the name change in more detail is now available at: