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3PF Manager Offers Powerful Fulfillment Tools for Commercial Printers

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

The 3PF Manager software team has enhanced the order management capability of their web-based fulfillment management system. The changes have been driven by the needs of commercial printers and their clients. As commercial printers continue to drive new business into the fulfillment services community, the need for additional sophistication is required. 3PF Manager users can now process three major categories of orders, as outlined below: 1. Imported Orders - orders that are sent to the fulfillment operation as a data file, or that come through direct integration between the customer's website, telemarketing partners and the client’s existing database. 2. Storefront Orders - orders that are placed into the fulfillment operation's order management system via a client-facing solution on the web. 3. Manual Orders - orders that are manually keyed by customer service representatives within the fulfillment operation. 3PF Manager now includes each of these capabilities in a centralized platform, simplifying the order management workflow for both the fulfillment operation and the client. These exciting order management options are available in real-time on a Web based ASP software hosting model, and are accessible by both the fulfillment center and their clients on a 24/7 basis. To learn more about these and other features of 3PF Manager, which have been designed for printers wanting to expand their service offerings through fulfillment, please visit 3PF Manager online at www.3pfmanager.com. A free demo is also available upon request via the web site.




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