SwiftCD Launches Individual, Dynamic Color Mailers for On-Demand Disc Orders

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Lightweight, Customizable Individual Mailers for Discs a First in On-Demand

SwiftCD (http://www.SwiftCD.com) announces another milestone in on-demand technology, enhancing its manufacturing and fulfillment services with its latest media delivery option: lightweight, customized on-the-fly color mailers. Each mailer is made-to-order, branded for the SwiftCD customer, and includes the customer's on-demand CD or DVD. Dynamic text elements on the mailer itself can be used to deliver license keys, personalized messages or other order-specific information.

The new mailers add no extra cost, and are offered in addition to SwiftCD’s existing ‘heavy’ mailer, which offers added flexibility for inserts and multiple CDs as well as extra protection for important media delivery. The new, lighter mailer means that companies utilizing SwiftCD for physical delivery of their software or media product can deliver it in a sturdy yet lightweight, visually attractive, wholly customizable mailer envelope (perfect for most single-disc orders).

Customers using the new mailer will not only receive a CD customized to their own specific, individual orders, but an instantly recognizable mailer as well, and at no extra cost to either company or end user. This means that a person who purchases a physical copy of a software CD from NextUp.com, for example, will be able to instantly identify both the company and the product received through a simple glance at the package exterior upon delivery (where the NextUp logo and product box shot can be plainly seen in full color). It's a logical next step for SwiftCD, a company that already provides software and media companies worldwide with a seamless partner for manufacturing, output, warehousing, and shipping of their products.

The new mailer is fully integrated into the various SwiftCD APIs, including SwiftCD’s XML APIs (posting or Web Service (SOAP)). The customer provides SwiftCD with the necessary graphics or logos and can then send dynamic text to be included on each order’s mailer via the XML interface.

"We’ve raised the bar on the delivery aspect of custom CD and DVD manufacturing. These new dynamic, custom color mailers are an important part of SwiftCD's commitment to supporting and enhancing our customers' brands with those who order their products," comments Jason Foodman, Chief Executive Officer of SwiftCD.com. "Now the entire experience, from the CD label, to the content, to the mailer itself, can be branded and personalized for our customer’s customer.”

About SwiftCD

A division of DigitalSwift Corporation, SwiftCD (http://www.SwiftCD.com) is the leader in manufacturing and fulfilling on-demand, dynamic and build-to-order CDs and DVDs. With no sign-up fees, setup fees, minimums or exclusivity requirements, SwiftCD provides its customers with a technology, reliability, scalability and dependability found nowhere else. Over 8,000 software companies worldwide depend on SwiftCD for the daily receiving, manufacturing, packing and shipping of their products.

SwiftCD.com continues to expand its services, thanks in part to its introduction of the patent-pending 'on-demand', built-to-order manufacturing concept into the world of downloadable software and music -- a concept it combines with a highly effective and attractive "pay as you go" business model. SwiftCD's physical delivery services provide companies with a more cost-effective way to get their software and media to customers – and provides them with a brand-new revenue source, as well.

Every CD at SwiftCD (as well as every mailer) is individually produced to order with custom label and contents, and SwiftCD handles all aspects of order fulfillment including online tracking, reporting and customer service to perfection.

For more general information or background materials on SwiftCD.com, please contact publicist Angela Mitchell at (904) 982-8043 -- or visit http://www.SwiftCD.com.

SwiftCD is a registered trademark of DigitalSwift Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.

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