Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) January 4, 2007
The time has come for businesses and individuals to diligently seek and execute ways to reduce the use of paper and paper products. eCardMAX software has been updated to fit the bill to make paperless correspondence easy, convenient and economical.
Consumers have become increasingly concerned with the impact of buying and using disposable paper goods. They have begun to discern between "business as usual" and companies and corporations that offer eco-friendly alternatives to products they depend on. Businesses that are sensitive to their customer's concerns and their own social responsibility must adapt, and there's no better time for the adaptation than at the start of the New Year. For web site owners hoping to appeal to this rapidly growing eco-friendly demographic in 2007, eCardMAX offers a perfect solution in the way of a non-paper method of correspondence.
Web sites that utilize eCardMAX software enable visitors to send electronic greetings, notes, updates, office correspondence, invitations and more to co-workers, business associates, clients, friends and family. Just a few clicks of the mouse and a paperless, eco-friendly, guilt-free greeting, business note or update, or other correspondence is sent. Harnessing the energy of this socially responsible and quickly expanding trend is an excellent way to increase web site traffic and user loyalty, while reducing the harsh impact of paper correspondence. In an Oct. 28, 2002 Boston Business Journal article, it was stated that in 2000 CMI, a residential property management company, spent $100,000 on paper usage and that primarily the paper usage was comprised of postage, envelopes and letterhead. In 2007, eCardMAX offers a streamlined, paperless system for business and personal correspondence.
E-commerce is a global market place unencumbered by distance or borders. Finding a social and economic trend that also spans the globe is not an opportunity that should be passed up. "Millions of pieces of mail, comprising literally tons of paper, are sent through the postal system each year. Consumers are ready for a change, especially if that change is as easy as corresponding in the form of an e-card," says Tri Vo, CEO of eCardMAX.com.
During the 2006 holiday season, environmental websites and blogs suggested e-cards as an eco-friendly alternative to correspondence. The vast majority of these sites, however, do not offer their own e-cards. Any web site owner wishing to seriously increase traffic while conducting business in a sustainable and earth friendly way should consider eCardMAX as a viable solution. Details concerning price and system compatibility can be found at http://www.eCardMAX.com.