Webprint Introduces E-Commerce Products for On Demand Printers
Press release from the issuing company
New York City, NY--February 28, 2001--On Demand Expo: Webprint, Inc., a business-to-business, e-commerce provider for on demand printers today announced a line of product, service, and support options geared towards the needs of the on demand printing industry. These solutions allow chains, franchises, facilities management, and demand aggregators to take advantage of an additional revenue source with an increase in operating efficiency and equipment capacity utilization.
"The industry is undergoing a transformation fueled by the Internet, desktop publishing applications, high quality color equipment, and a shift in the way businesses communicate," said Charles A. Pesko, managing director at CAP Ventures, Inc. "Webprint has capitalized on these trends and developed product and service offerings which specifically address these market needs."
Webprint provides digital printers with a customized printing solution that includes an Internet enabled print center designed to extend their brand and enable management of customer relationships in an efficient fashion. The company's core offering gives printers the ability to extend their brand identity directly into their customer's print dialogue box and allow their customer's familiar desktop printing experience to become a print portal into their print center. Customers simply download the custom-branded print driver from the printer's download page, allowing them to print from any application on their computer directly to the printer's location.
"In the last several months, we've seen growing demand from a number of markets of the on demand printing industry outside of chains and franchises," said Tom White, CEO of Webprint. "Leveraging our early successes with these markets, we've expanded our offerings to meet the additional needs of facilities-management firms and demand aggregators."
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