PremierPrinter Launches New Features in V. 2.0 of Web Site Product
Press release from the issuing company
Lincoln, NE, May 25 2001 - - PremierPrinter released version 2.0 of their Web site solution for print shops this month. The announcement coincides with a company name change to PrinterPresence.
"Weíve made a powerful customer service tool for printers even more powerful," said Tawnya Starr, PrinterPresence CEO. "And our new name more clearly represents what our product does. We provide a comprehensive Web site solution for print shops that gives them a professional, yet affordable, presence on the Web."
PrinterPresence has conducted extensive research with print shop owners and their customers. The Web site was designed by print buyers in focus groups to ensure that the content and navigational tools are relevant and powerful.
Print shop owners have their PrinterPresence Web site up and running in a matter of days. Once their new Web site is online, the owner can fully customize it themselves by updating and changing content, graphics and photographs from any standard Web browser. In addition, the PrinterPresence development team adds new resources, links and articles on a weekly basis, keeping the siteís content fresh and relevant.
"The most compelling feature of the PrinterPresence Web site solution has proven to be the Electronic Document Management system," said Starr. "Printshop owners can set up an unlimited number of custom interfaces for their top clients. This custom point-of-entry allows a client to view their archived documents, place reorders and request estimates online in a secure, password-protected area. Printers using this system are strengthening customer relationships, increasing sales and improving margins. The results have been remarkable."
"There are three customer service tools no printer should be without - a phone, a fax and a well developed Web site," Starr said. "The constant technological changes in our industry seem to breed nothing but confusion. The PrinterPresence Web site solution is simple and cost effective ñ which makes it easy for any printer to have a Web site that evolves with them."
PrinterPresence is a product of Digital IMS, Inc. (formerly Level100 Communications) based in Lincoln, Nebraska. The company is privately held and is financially stable. For more information or for a free demonstration of the PrinterPresence product, visit http://www.printerpresence.com or call 800-249-0121.
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