Digital business cards are the future
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) September 19, 2014
dialmedirect has just launched a following and blog called Ban TheBizCard to raise awareness and solve the problem that the printing of business cards causes to the environment.
dialmedirect will be releasing a Mobile App soon, which will help many with the issues they face in managing, storing, searching for and exchanging business and personal contacts. Part of the Mobile App’s function will also be a digital business card that people can create and swipe across through their mobile phones.
dialmedirect's mission is to get rid of the physical business card by providing a green digital solution and to ensure that all the contact information you need and the directory information you require or seek for are all done in one place. To achieve this mission dialmedirect will make their services available to individuals and organizations globally through their Mobile App.
Taolo Modisi the founder of dialmedirect, who has faced significant issues with managing contacts through years in senior roles in banking and having lived in different countries, said at the launch of Ban TheBizCard: “In this day and age of mobile phones and advanced technology it still surprises me that we still cause environmental damage to print business cards. I believe the future of business cards is a digital solution. The digital business card may be a small part of our offering on our Mobile App, but we believe that this small action will make a difference to climate change and the environment as a whole.”
For further details on the following and blog visit http://dialmedirect.com and join the conversation. Make your pledge to help prevent deforestation by banning physical business cards altogether. You can make a pledge by submitting a video @BanTheBizCard on twitter, or on any one of your social media sites, making a reference to dialmedirect. You can also email your pledge video to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be apart of the change to build a better future for all.