"We knew that with the relaunch of DiscountPens, we would get more orders in- but we never expected such an exponential gain of new customers" says Steven Cu, CIO.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 3, 2011
In a struggling economy, it is hard for businesses to maintain their production equipment and keep up with orders, when funds for new equipment are running low. After careful budgeting and tight savings, DiscountPens is proud to announce the purchase of their new pen printing machines! After the re-launch of their website, as well as the extension of their free shipping sale, orders at DiscountPens have recently boomed into a steady flow of high volume orders. "We knew that with the relaunch of DiscountPens, we would get more orders in- but we never expected such an exponential gain of new customers" says Steven Cu, CIO. Due to the heavy sales and lack of equipment to continue their on-time production promises, DiscountPens stepped up and purchased two new state-of-the-art printing machines to add to their already massive production lineup. Able to print almost 3 times as much as their previous machines, these two new additions are helping DiscountPens rise to the top as a leader in the promotional pen industry. When DiscountPens first re-launched their website earlier this year, it was said that they were considered potential future leaders in the industry- but the future seems to be coming much quicker than expected.
As quoted in a previous press release, President Rahman states, "Our prices are so low, in fact, that we guarantee the lowest prices in the country on all of our pens." It seems that DiscountPens is quickly becoming the 'company to beat' in 2011, proving that by looking out for the customer, the customer looks out for you. As their customer base and sales line continues to grow, these two new production additions will help tremendously, allowing them to fill orders in a quick and timely manner, while still maintaining their everyday low prices and free shipping. With such high quality products, great work ethic, and unbeatable low prices, it seems the only question remains is- how do they do it?