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Prisma graphics launches PrintPower.com, web to print services

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, Ariz. – Prisma Graphic announces the launch its latest development, PrintPower, www.printpower.com, an online service featuring web to print marketing materials with custom design quality printing at affordable  price points and significantly reduced turnaround times.  PrintPower was created specifically to serve the design community and to provide better online service and user experience so designers can deliver high quality marketing materials that will meet their client’s budget requirements.

“Prisma Graphic has the reputation of being a high quality business partner and printer to agencies and independent designers,” said Rob Steele, marketing and ecommerce director for Prisma Graphic. “Offering PrintPower allows us serve our clients in the design community even better and more efficiently.”

Products available through PrintPower include business cards, brochures, door hangers, table tents, menus, rip cards, die cut postcards, window mailers, sell sheets, folded cards, file folders, and more. Sheets are sold by the square inch, which makes the system more cost-efficient. Templates are also provided for download.

PrintPower customers upload design files as PDFs, TIF, EPS, InDesign, Quark, Illustrator or Photoshop, and have the choice to provide print ready files or request a proof before printing. Projects are shipped within three to five business days after proof approval for more basic projects and seven to ten business days after proof approval for more complex projects.

PrintPower guarantees customer satisfaction with each job and will reprint if customers are not completely satisfied with the print quality.





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