printChannel.com to Match Pricing of Competitive e-Commerce Offerings
Press release from the issuing company
Program Effective until July 1, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, May 1, 2002-printChannel.com , the leading vendor of Web-based print procurement solutions, announced today that it would match the pricing of competitive e-commerce offerings in the U.S. through July 1, 2002.
"More and more print suppliers are recognizing the need to offer e-commerce services to their corporate customers," states Oliver Pflug, CEO of printChannel.com. "printChannel's e-commerce solutions are the most robust and proven offerings available with over 1,000 corporate entities worldwide in production. With this program we are simplifying the decision making process for prospective customers - printChannel.com will meet or beat any bona fide pricing quote submitted by any competitor until July 1, 2002. We want to help printers avoid making a strategic system choice based solely on minor pricing differences or pricing programs that are difficult to compare. printChannel is clearly the right choice for print e-commerce. We want to help customers focus on our value proposition, our ability to support their own strategic objectives, and on the type of partnerships we develop with our customers," Pflug added.
printChannel.com does not broker printing and has a policy of not selling to end-user corporations directly. printChannel is a scalable, user configurable online print procurement solution that lets print vendors offer to corporate customers a wide range of procurement services for variable data, catalog and first-time print over the Internet . It is the leading vendor of Web-based print procurement solutions provider to manufacturers, distributors, and brokers of commercial print. printChannel.com was founded in March 1998 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with offices in the US and Europe. The printChannel system is currently in place in over 150 commercial printing organizations globally. printChannel.com customers have over 1,000 corporate production implementations live.
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