I am proud to have just launched a new client website. Another fun project to check off my list.
I just posted the press release over at OfficeProductNews.net. Here is an excerpt from the press release.
“Office technology continues to evolve.” said Bob Shields, President. “We wanted to create a website where current and potential clients could find helpful information on the application of these new technologies.”
Over the past few years Copytronics has made investments in new solutions to add value to their clients. The Managed Print Services program provides supplies and service to printer fleets in a usage-based cost-per-page model, helping clients control costs. A suite of document solutions software offerings like DocuWare aids clients in streamlining workflow and creating electronic filing systems.
The new website features useful information on each of the new solutions along with expanded content on the application of multifunction technology that prints, copies, faxes and scans. Product catalogs are continually updated by CopierCatalog.com. This ensures that clients will always have access to fresh information about the latest systems. continue reading...
I just launched one of my client's brand new sites. Here is an excerpt from their press release:
Document Systems, an Oxnard, CA based document solutions provider, is pleased to announce the launch of their new website at www.documentsystems.com. The new website offers clients a comprehensive overview of the company’s new solutions offerings.
“We are excited to let our clients know about the new areas where we can help reduce costs and improve productivity,” said George Dauphine, CEO of Document Systems. “The new site gives our current and potential clients a true snapshot of the value that we can bring.”
You may notice from my signature line that I maintain the news at OfficeProductNews.net. I have been maintaining this feed for a few months now... pretty tedious work because no one has standardized how this industry publishes information. My growing readership there shows that I am doing something right...
But, I need your help. continue reading...
What does it say about your company when your CTO doesn't know your core product offering?
Scobleizer had a great interview with Xerox's CTO, Sophie Vandebroek. It was a great interview... he did a great job, but one thing struck me as odd.
Sophie said, "We no longer make copiers."
I have spent a lot of years in the "copier" industry and what management of manufacturers say about what they sell is always different than what the down the street sales reps actually sell.