PrintJob.com Launches for Small to Medium Size Print Vendors
Press release from the issuing company
London, Europe – 19th April 2001. PrintJob, a European Software company, today launches its service globally. It will revolutionise the small to medium size ‘on demand’ printing industry.
PrintJob is offering complete e-commerce sites to printers, which can be uniquely tailored to each user. The websites' boast; an online design studio, quoting system, full e-commmerce functionality, product catalogues and 100% personalisation. The systems are state-of-the-art.
PrintJob is the first Application Service Provider (ASP) of its kind, enabling printers to build a complete web solution in minutes, with a six-week free trial period to experiment and prove the software. Thereafter, there is a monthly fee of only £350. The cost covers all website hosting costs, support and ongoing software development. All upgrades are free.
PrintJob continues to enhance its software with the close participation of its clients’ needs and wishes. As a software company, PrintJob is in a unique position to exploit new technology as it arises.
“This software is leagues ahead of its competitors, in both technology and price – I have been able to customise it completely and the online design studio is amazing! This website is going to really enhance my business.” said John Mitchell, MD, JPM Design & Print, Aylesbury, UK.
PrintJob launches after 18 months research & development work in both the printing and software industries. The technology expands the boundaries of online printing to a degree never seen before. It must be seen to be believed!
PrintJob Limited is a privately owned business whose founders are Max Kulow, CEO and Nikolai Kulow, CEO PrintJob , based in London, Europe, is a ‘b2b’, ASP offering e-commerce solutions to the printing industry. For more information on PrintJob, visit www.printjob.com or call +44 (0) 207 622 2521
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