Norwalk, CT (PRWEB) July 7, 2006
Technological advancements are constant and exciting, contributing to more efficient workplaces. But keeping up with the times can be costly, particularly for smaller businesses. Members of AP9 BusinessMax, a professional development and business solutions discount program available from Adaptive Marketing LLC, don’t have to break the bank whenever they need new equipment, media or employment resources.
When purchasing new or additional office supplies and technology at preferred retailers, AP9 BusinessMax members save up to 20%. By simply logging into DealPass, AP9 Business Max members have access to discounts on travel services, corporate gifts, health benefits and electronics. Members can shop online or in-store, and they save both money and time -- the most valuable commodities in business today.
AP9 BusinessMax suggests shopping for these products that have just arrived on the market.
PenAgain, from Pacific Writing Instruments, is an ergonomically designed pen that reduces wrist strain. These wishbone-shaped pens, highlighters and markers look hardly anything like their stick-like counterparts. PenAgain provides a smooth, tension-free writing experience, which can alleviate pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome.
The keyboard burrito.
Adesso has just released an improved version of its flexible keyboard called the Fold 2000. This flat, thin silicone keyboard can be rolled up and tucked into a laptop bag and connects through USB and PS/2 ports. Both waterproof and washable, the Fold 2000 is perfect for business travelers who find laptop keyboards too cramped for comfortable typing.
Telephone privacy in an office is a rarity in offices both large and small, especially for those who work in cubicles. Sonare Technologies has developed a device called Babble, which connects to the phone and sends the user’s voice in a “babbled” form through a pair of speakers placed in the cube or on the desk. Neighbors of a phone-dependent colleague will only hear what is described as a low-volume, group conversation.
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No one gave much thought to the left-handed population when the mouse was invented more than 20 years ago. Logitech has produced the MX610 Left-Hand Laser Cordless Mouse exclusively for lefties. The mouse has a precision laser tracking system, contoured thumb and pinky finger grips and 10 navigational buttons that will make left-handed folks feel right at home.
Back up the book.
The convenience of phone books on cellular phones means frequently used numbers are always at the push of a button. But what happens if that cell phone is lost, stolen or becomes defective? Cellstik is the answer to protecting, editing and transferring cellular phone books. This little gadget looks like a USB key and contains easy-to-use software. One end plugs into the cell phone and the other into a PC for one-step back-up. Currently available for Motorola, Samsung and LG phones, Cellstik will soon release versions for Nokia and Sanyo.
New office gadgets like these can be given as sales incentives, employee recognition awards or as appreciation gifts to other vendors or partners. Savings on office supplies and software, healthcare needs, business travel, flowers and gifts and other benefits are all readily available through AP9 Business Max.
About AP9 BusinessMax
AP9 BusinessMax is a leading membership discount program offered by Adaptive Marketing LLC. Headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., Adaptive Marketing is a category leader in both membership and loyalty programs, bringing value direct to consumers through an array of benefits in healthcare, discounts, security, personal property and personals. Members may access their benefits at DealPass.com, an online portal for Adaptive Marketing membership programs. With broad online and offline distribution capabilities, Adaptive Marketing offers its corporate client partners effective tools to enhance market presence, strengthen customer affinity and generate additional value through programs, such as AP9 Business Max.
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