PagePath Announces Five New MyOrderDesk Web-Based Job Submission Services
Press release from the issuing company
Aurora, IL, June 20, 2001 - PagePath Technologies, Inc. today announced five new, and enhanced, solutions for Web-Based job submission. The five solutions are known as Trial, Basic, Professional, Advanced, and Extended. Including the free Trial package all five have the same feature set, differing only in how many users are supported, storage capacity, etc. The Trial package is the "test drive" version and does not have a time limit. The top of the line Extended package is for those who have thousands of potential customers; who need hundreds of order forms customized for individual clients; or who need very large file storage space.
"PagePath has been helping printers work more productively with their customers for over 18 years. Although many VC backed services have made a big splash in the past year when they spectacularly entered and then exited our market, we continue to follow our original goal of providing affordable solutions that make it easier for printers to do business with their customers. These five new MyOrderDesk packages hit the mark," said Steve Ciesemier, vice-president, PagePath Technologies, Inc.
Widely recognized in small and mid-sized printshops, MyOrderDesk was voted "Product of the Year" by the membership of PrintImage International, and is nominated a "Best of Breed" technology by Xerox. The Windows- and Macintosh-based solution provides private labeled submission services that include easy job and file transfer, automatic file compression, customer job tickets, soft-proofing of files online, job status, easy retrieval of jobs and files, instant notification of job arrivals and proof approvals and a product catalog.
MyOrderDesk can be used as a complete, standalone Web site or added to a print shop's exiting site. Installation takes about 10 minutes and does not require technical expertise or an onsite server - only a Web browser and e-mail account.
MyOrderDesk has unique pricing. There are no contracts to sign, no yearly or monthly fees, no fees per job, no fees per customer, and no percentage of revenue schemes. There is a one-time signup fee of $300-$600. Thereafter, for any day it when the system is used for a transaction, the printshop is charged a $1-$9 fee for the day, not for the transaction. If it is not used, there is no charge.
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