iS3 Moves CD Manufacturing and Fulfillment from In-House to SwiftCD

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Outsourcing to more Scalable, Reliable Technology enables Software Creators to Concentrate on Growth.

SwiftCD (http://www.SwiftCD.com), the leader in on-demand CD and DVD manufacturing and fulfillment, announced today that iS3 (http://www.is3.com), creators of the best-selling STOPzilla (TM) software, has awarded the company its on-demand CD manufacturing and fulfillment business. Integrating SwiftCD's unique, proprietary on-demand technology into STOPzilla's order processing will enable iS3 to focus on its core business, while ensuring that subscribers receive their backup CDs of the award-winning anti-Spyware quickly and easily.

"Due to increased Spyware proliferation, iS3 has been inundated with orders for STOPzilla," noted Rick Trefzger, iS3's vice president of Sales. "In order to maintain our focus on developing best-of-breed anti-Spyware technology, we turned to SwiftCD for all of our manufacturing and fulfillment. We pride ourselves on customer service and are impressed with SwiftCD's tracking, reporting and 24-hour turnaround capabilities."

"With STOPzilla customers in more than 60 countries worldwide, iS3's choice of SwiftCD for manufacturing and fulfillment is a logical one," added Trefzger. "The switch from internal shipping solutions to SwiftCD means that we can promise swift, safe delivery of the physical product to our customers who want STOPzilla on CD."

"SwiftCD will be a key partner in STOPzilla's continued expansion and success," commented SwiftCD operations manager, Steven Miller. "With SwiftCD manufacturing and delivering its product, iS3 can devote its resources to development, marketing and sales, thus optimizing vital company resources."

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 provide 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.

About iS3

iS3 (http://www.iS3.com) was incorporated in Florida in 1991 as International Software Systems Solutions, Inc. In ten years as a consulting firm, iS3 developed powerful enterprise solutions for clients such as IBM, Kmart and Federated Department Stores.

In response to the flood of Internet ad delivery systems, iS3 developed a new kind of product: STOPzilla (TM). Keeping pace with the increasing sophistication of malicious software, STOPzilla has evolved to become the most effective anti-Spyware solution on the market. In the past five years, STOPzilla's CNET award-winning technology has raised the standard in computer security, and now protects customers in more than 60 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.STOPzilla.com.

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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