Sir Speedy Selects PROOF-it-ONLINE as Preferred Online Proofing Solution
Press release from the issuing company
NAPLES, FL, July 27, 2004 -- Sir Speedy, Inc., a worldwide franchisor of printing, copying and document management centers, has named PROOF-it-ONLINE as the preferred online proofing solution for all new Sir Speedy franchises, and is offering their hosted “no software” solution to all existing Sir Speedy centers throughout the United States and abroad.
Leveraging PROOF-it-ONLINE’s comprehensive online proofing and approval management functionality and its unique Franchise and Network Program, the relationship enables Sir Speedy centers to improve productivity and profitability without interrupting their existing workflows, and strengthens the franchise’s core strategy of providing fast, convenient and affordable document services for its customers.
PROOF-it-ONLINE enables Sir Speedy to dramatically improve customer service and efficiency by allowing centers to turn jobs around quicker, and with substantially reduced approval costs. By utilizing a custom-designed, fully-branded version of PROOF-it-ONLINE’s hosted online proofing solution at each of its centers, Sir Speedy will integrate and optimize its processes at the company-wide level with an immediate ROI, while avoiding IT overhead, implementation costs and risks associated with other solutions.
PROOF-it-ONLINE is the fast, easy way to manage proofs and get approvals. Users quickly upload full-color proofs and PDFs for their clients to review and approve online, anytime and anywhere, from any web browser. Then can mark proofs up and make comments as if they had a hardcopy proof and pen in hand, and share comments with other reviewers. PROOF-it-ONLINE delivers a level of confidence for communication that’s not available through e-mail, fax or FTP. There’s no software to buy, install or learn, and no expensive setup fees or IT hassles.
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