Noosh Begins Roll Out of Noosh Direct e-Collaboration Tool
Press release from the issuing company
SEYBOLD BOSTON, Boston, MA - April 11, 2001 - Noosh, Inc., (www.noosh.com) a leading provider of collaborative, online solutions for enterprise communications, today announced the roll-out of Noosh Direct to its Inner Circle partners. Noosh established the Inner Circle program as a means to integrate valuable customer feedback in the design, testing and deployment of all its products. Noosh will unveil Noosh Direct, and demonstrate the product's functionality in the Noosh Booth #2815, and during a press conference to be held today at 12:30pm EST, in Room #204 in the Hynes Convention Center, Seybold Boston 2001.
Noosh Direct puts the power of the Internet in the hands of print suppliers to help them better manage all of their client relations - from quoting and order entry to handling changes and tracking orders.
Noosh Direct is designed to dramatically improve the quality and productivity of printing sales and customer service. Suppliers can automate the flow of information both within their company and with their customers. Any customer with a web browser and Internet access can review proposals and place orders online. Buyers can participate, whether or not a Noosh member.
"By joining the Noosh Direct Inner Circle, Citation Press has a unique opportunity to contribute effectively to the positive design and functionality of Noosh Direct," said Jerry Hill, director of sales at Citation Press. "Noosh Direct will make our salespeople more efficient, and provide them with more time to do what they do best face-to-face calls."
"As a member of the Noosh Direct Inner Circle, Waller Press works directly with the Noosh development team to ensure that printers needs are being addressed," said Dan Schmidt, vice president, Waller Press. "These tools enabled by Noosh Direct provide the missing link between Waller and all of our customers."
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