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Paradigm Imaging Group Launches New eCommerce Site for Large Format Scanner Parts

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Costa Mesa, CA – Paradigm Imaging Group, a leading distributor of large-format scanners, printers, multifunction systems, sign products and integrated software solutions, has launched a new large format scanner parts ecommerce website at www.TheLargeFormatStore.com.

Paradigm Imaging’s product line includes over 40 scanner models and serving clients in a wide variety of industries including reprographics, sign production, AEC, and public agencies at all levels of government. In an ongoing effort to provide the highest level of service, Paradigm Imaging has launched an ecommerce store to provide immediate ordering access to a variety of large format scanner parts and accessories. The store has over 700 parts available with more to be added.

Scanner part brands include: Colortrac, Graphtec, Contex, Vidar, GTCO Calcomp, Hewlett Packard MFP, and OCE. The website is fully responsive and will adjust to size depending on the device being used, be it a desktop PC, mobile or tablet, making it ideal for buyers on the go. Visitors may also sign up for the company email list to receive occasional email updates and special offers on large format solutions.

“We are pleased to open this new channel that enables customers to place parts orders quickly and easily - anytime. It allows us to continue our commitment in finding ways to provide immediate support for new and existing customers.” said Randy Geesman, president of Paradigm Imaging Group.


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