Printable Unveils All New PrintOne Customer Center User Interface at Print 05
Press release from the issuing company
PRINT 05 & CONVERTING 05 CHICAGO--Sept. 19, 2005-- Printable Technologies, the world leader in e-commerce print workflow and Variable Data Printing (VDP) solutions, unveiled its new PrintOne Customer Center at Print 05, September 9-15, 2005 in Chicago, IL. Rewritten in Microsoft .NET and CSharp, the new architecture updates both the interface and the workflow, making them more flexible and easier to use.
"As more consumers buy online, they have experienced a consistent order process on sites like Amazon, eBay, and Home Shopping Network. We can now provide a similar ordering and shopping cart experience for print buyers," said Coleman Kane, President and CEO, Printable Technologies. "And, coming out of the new architecture is the ability to customize all visible elements to match the look and feel of any enterprise website or to localize sites for non-English speaking users."
Like a chameleon, Printable's new PrintOne Customer Center can match its surroundings. By incorporating Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) or modifying the HTML code, it is possible to replicate the look and feel of any enterprise intranet or website, including placing navigation at the top, on the left, or on the right of the screen. Or all formatting can be removed completely to embed the catalog and shopping cart into an existing website.
Buttons, navigation labels, and other website text can be modified to deliver a fully localized portal. French and German are the first languages offered; additional language support will be added in the future.
New in the PrintOne Customer Center is the home page "Info Center." The Info Center has an "always on" display of catalog favorites and shopping cart status. And users can build personal address books for regularly used shipping addresses. New features included are:
-- Faster catalog browsing
-- Faster page loading
-- Easier to use and navigate
-- Flexible user interface
-- Custom style sheets
-- Language support/localization (French, German)
-- Catalog and cart can be inserted into most customer websites
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