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CCA announces “Easy Card Designer”

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

San Diego, CA - Color Card Administrator (CCA), recently contracted to handle the business card processes for Annex Brands, today announced “Easy Card Designer”; a full-service business card design and e-commerce platform, designed to allow small and large businesses to offer online business card design and ordering through their websites.

Perfected over a 2-year beta test period, Easy Card Designer lets businesses set up a vendor platform and accept business card orders designed online in a few simple steps with virtually no effort.

Customers can design a card choosing from tens of thousands of card templates made available from the world’s largest business card design community, TheArtofBusinessCards.com.

“We know through research that a majority of customers who order business cards also purchase other core products and tend to become repeat customers. By implementing Easy Card Designer, business owners are able to offer a value added service without the burden of processes related to ordering, printing and delivery of business cards, “says Gayle Hawks, President of CCA.

In addition to being rolled out with Annex Brands, Easy Card Designer is currently being used by other independent and franchise owned companies such as Franchise Services (Sir Speedy / Pip Printing), UPS and Proforma.

To implement Easy Card Designer requires no investment. The profit generated from each customer transaction is shared between CCA and the licensee, while the licensee retains the sole rights to all registrations.

“Easy Card Designer is truly a win-win, turn-key solution. Besides providing businesses with a blazing fast method to generate additional revenue, we are also helping them expand their customer base by gaining new customers on the Internet,” says Gayle Hawks.


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