P3 Software Announces International E-Commerce Features
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, Mass - March 21, 2005 P3Software, Inc., the print procurement software innovator has announced a new international currency upgrade to its flagship P3Expeditor print procurement software system. The new features allow users outside the USA to work in specific local currencies and units of measure.
"We know there is a global market for our print procurement automation technology. We have picked up customers in eight countries, most transacting business with different currencies and standards" notes P3Software CEO Caleb Tower. "Now that P3Expeditor fully addresses their needs we can be more aggressive in our sales on a global level."
P3Software COO Bob Yancich points out "The increasing adoption of our technology is reflected in both our transaction volume and now our global growth." Just six weeks after announcing their eclipsing the $100 million mark in transactional volume for 2004, this latest release shows P3Software is responding to global demand for their print management technology. Yancich adds, "Our users consistently remark that productivity gains are exceptional with this very affordable system. We are selling overseas because the product is fast and simple to install and use. It takes just minutes to download from our web site and set up. And, because the system is so intuitive for print buyers, they can start using the system immediately."
The P3Expeditor system embodies the best practices for procurement of printed goods while it standardizes and streamlines the process. The system enhances user productivity, automates buyer- supplier communications, captures rich data on print purchases, evaluates suppliers and organizes the process across organizations small and large. The P3Expeditor system is a low cost, low risk and easy way for print buyers to take control of the print procurement process.
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