e-LYNXX transactions rise while average dollar value falls
Press release from the issuing company
Chambersburg, PA – August 28, 2003- The e-LYNXX Corporation announced a substantial increase in print procurements during the first 8 months of 2003 transacted by North American clients through its Internet-based printLYNXX solution.
Doug Harbach, e-LYNXX Vice President, says transactions through printLYNXX, and its private brands, grew by 395% while dollar volume rose 330% during the most recent eight-month period ending August 22, 2003, compared to the same period of 2002.
“Of particular note is that the average dollar value per transaction actually fell another 16% in 2003 from the average value of 2002 jobs indicating the success our customers are achieving in saving out-of-pocket printing costs,“ says Harbach. “These continuing savings are a testimony to the successful and patented business model employed by the printLYNXX system.”
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