ClickPrint Upgrade Offers a Powerful New Money Making Feature Set
Press release from the issuing company
NEW ALBANY, Ind., October 13, 2003--Discount Labels today announced the upgrade of its ClickPrint system. ClickPrint is an e-commerce system that allows dealers to sell print products and services online-- business cards, labels, envelopes, stamps, post-it notes, mouse pads, buttons, magnets, sportswear and much more--earning up to 50 percent commissions on all orders.
ClickPrint allows dealers to have an Internet presence for free,,,there are no set-up costs or on-going fees. The new upgrade incorporates an easy-to-use navigation layout allowing users to design online with drag and drop technology, upload completed designs, and submit jobs with multi-color logos. Users can also change site templates, featured products and use the flight checking tool set. This new system loads 30 percent faster and offers four new promotions.
"Having a ClickPrint site enables dealers to offer their customers a more efficient way to place orders," said Bernie Pasquantino, director of e-Business. Pasquantino adds, "This simple and easy-to-use platform makes ordering printing products online seamless."
ClickPrint's multi-million dollar technology uses a sophisticated online ordering system that is quick and easy-to-use. Typically it takes about 15 minutes to complete an order and that includes uploading the artwork. While ClickPrint.com is user-friendly for the consumer, it is hassle-free for the dealer. Dealers simply agree to put the ClickPrint.com link on their web sites, and the staff at Discount Labels set-up the entire system.
ClickPrint was first launched in 1999 and now has thousands of dealers using this system. If you are a current user, the upgrade will automatically take effect. If you are a reseller and would like a free ClickPrint web site, please visit us at www.clickprint.com.
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