PrintStock V2.0 Helps Printers and Marketers Keep Track of their Inventory
Press release from the issuing company
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 25 -- PrintStock has added enhanced features to its already robust online tool to help customers know what's in stock and what's not. Now, improved workflow and efficiency options provide clients even more control over their printed materials for far less time and money.
Marketers that use PrintStock 2.0 always know what's in stock, where it is and when to reorder materials in real time. They can also avoid hassles like running out of an important brochure just before a trade show or paying rush charges for last minute printing and shipping.
Printers that use PrintStock 2.0 print and store large amounts of materials, keep them available as needed and deliver them to their clients with far less chance of error or confusion. They see immediately when a customer makes a request, as opposed to mishaps that can occur when a faxed or phoned-in request is misplaced or misunderstood.
The payback for both printers and vendors encourages its implementation and use. "PrintStock just plain meets my needs for inventory control," said Chip Galloway vice president of Graphic Impressions. "It's simple, user friendly and easy to learn. We are better able to serve our customers because of it!"
"We have gotten a great response to PrintStock from small and large corporations alike," said Lisa Bell, President of Tivoli Partners, Inc. the developer of PrintStock. "This is largely because it saves time, improves communications and reduces costs of shipping. It also allows managers to set permission levels and makes locations of multiple offices and warehouses far less of an obstacle to efficiency."
With version 2.0 even customers in Mexico, Canada, Brazil and Argentina can enjoy its coordinated benefits without expensive hardware or software programs.
For more information about PrintStock and its benefits visit http://www.printstock.com
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