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SHAPCO - SOC 2 and HIPAA security compliance

  • 11 September 2017
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SHAPCO - SOC 2 and HIPAA security compliance
To the Management of Shapco Printing, Inc.:
This letter is to confirm that 360 Advanced, Inc. completed an independent HIPAA Security Compliance Assessment of controls in place for the Printing, Mailing, and Fulfillment Services provided by Shapco Printing, Inc. at the Minneapolis, Minnesota facility. Procedures were conducted onsite at 1109 Zane Ave North Minneapolis, Minnesota. The scope of procedures was limited to the aspects of the Security Final Rule established by the Department of Health and Human Services under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 as deemed relevant by Shapco Printing, Inc. as a potential business associate of entities required to comply under the original rules. Results were delivered on August 15, 2017.

Shapco awarded the Appleton Print Excellence Award

Appleton Print Excellence award at the U360

  • 8 January 2017
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Shapco awarded the Appleton Print Excellence Award

Shapco Printing was awarded the Appleton Print Excellence award at the U360 event hosted in New York this past fall 2016.

Receiving the award was Debi Bergerson, Sales with client Patrick Seymour, Tsang Seymour Design.
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First Edition - Articles - Google Design

By Amber Bravo & Rob Giampietro

  • 29 December 2015
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First Edition - Articles - Google Design

A behind-the-scenes look at our SPAN 2015 reader.

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The Idea

For more information regarding this project please contact Joe Avery at: javery@shapco.com, 612.278.1548

For this year’s SPAN design conference, we wanted to turn the typical conference giveaway into a thing of substance. So instead of more branded tees or tchotchkes, we decided to produce something that designers might actually want to keep (not just wear for the occasional workout) or put on their shelves (a tall order for picky decorators). But how do you package a conference about ideas and conversations? How do you channel the experience of learning about another person’s passions and process? Then it hit us: We could make a book.

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