Minneapolis, Minnesota (July 11, 2006) -- Capture Business Cards, a leading innovator of the business communication solutions, today announced the launch of their new website. The site, www.capturecard.com, provides graphic arts resellers with application examples, product information and comparisons as well as “design online” capacity to allow individuals to order customized cards through the company’s print partners. In addition, the site features a demonstration video highlighting numerous applications for graphic arts resellers and instructions for individuals to design and order their own Capture Cards online. The site was designed by Techplant, LLC, a web development firm specializing in e-Commerce consulting as well as a wide range of Internet projects and solutions for companies of all sizes.
“As interest and demand for our Capture Card grew, we found that our customers and prospects would be more effectively served by redesigning our web site with the most commonly requested materials available online,” said Gary Zumberge, CEO of Capture Business Card. “As a result, we’ve able extend our reach and serve a larger and geographic diverse audience.”
Introduced in May of 2006, Capture Card takes regular weight business card paper stock and through a patented manufacturing process, adds removable adhesive labels to the back of the paper. These labels can be printed using conventional offset or digital printing technology and can include a simple type-based message or a printed photograph. Popular applications include appointment reminders, notes, marketing messages, promotions, coupons or additional contact information. The label side of the card can be printed with any type of information that effectively communicates the professional networking needs of the customer. Capture Card value enhanced business cards are available with permanent or repositionable adhesive labels.
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