Smartworks.com Reaches 800 Clients and 50,000 Users
Press release from the issuing company
(DAYTON, OHIO), February 15, 2001… SMARTworks.com, Inc. today announced that it has reached the 50,000 user mark for its SMARTworks® enterprise print management and procurement Web service. Capturing this extensive user base, represented by over 800 client companies, positions SMARTworks.com as the leading B2B e-business platform dedicated to reducing the cost of print and print-related procurement. SMARTworks continues to show strong growth in orders and line items processed, achieving over 50% growth in the last month in both transaction categories.
"Reaching this milestone of 50,000 users reflects our client companies’ recognition of SMARTworks as a valuable, cost-saving tool for personnel at all levels of the organization," says Jeff Allen, vice president of sales and marketing, SMARTworks.com. "By regularly adding new features and executing our strategic business plan, we anticipate steady growth in client companies and individual users as we move through the year."
Available directly through a single Web site or via integration with other global B2B e-procurement solutions, SMARTworks.com gives Global 2000 clients immediate access to their best-in-class providers. Products and services available through SMARTworks include business forms and labels, office supplies, maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) supplies, computer supplies, manuals, ad specialties, facilities management and more.
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