Web Development Company Has On-Line Templates for Cards, Letterhead, Envelopes, Rubber Stamps and Labels

May 10 21:00 2004 Charlie McHenry Print This Article

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Future Graphics,Guest Posting developer of DigiQuill www.digiquill.com an on-line, database-driven order entry front-end application for commercial printing - today announced Digiquill Business Services (DBS). DBS, available worldwide through the company’s web site enables businesses of all sizes to take control of their recurring printing needs to save time and money.

DBS enables business users to create on-line "Smart Templates" for their business cards, letterhead, envelopes, labels and rubber stamps. The templates are then used to create the final images used by printing companies to fulfill the order.

"The strategic use of Web sites and email promotions has already reduced commercial production and printing expenses for savvy companies," said David Jeppesen, founder and CEO of Future Graphics. "Now businesses can take charge of their recurring printing needs and save money and time. Using the tools available at www.digiquill.com , businesses can create and proof their own orders for recurring printing jobs, then have the production images sent to the printing company of their choice. Need to change printers? Take advantage of a special promotion? No problem. Digiquill’s tools enable business owners to maintain complete consistency while shopping for the best price and service."

The Digiquill system is unique in the printing industry, and it produces thousands of orders per day for dealers, and their satisfied customers.

Privately held Future Graphics is located at 2630 Aldersgate Road, Medford, Oregon 97504, the company can be reached at (541) 770-9500 or via email Support@DigiQuill.com.

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