Between email, phone and text, there's almost no reason anyone's job should be delayed for long.
San Luis Obispo, California (PRWEB) July 31, 2015
Sorry, this file is not setup correctly. Oops, that credit card declined. We never got those files and our emails are bouncing back! Whatever the reason, the fact is we're all human and we all make mistakes. Unfortunately this can lead to delays of days or even weeks when ordering goods and services via the Internet.
Luckily the team at DocuCopies.com are constantly implementing new methods to avoid delays at all costs. This month they're proud to announce their new text-alert system. Like it or hate it, texts have solidified their place at the top of the hierarchy of on-demand communication. For many this is an annoyance. But for somebody who needs a print job on a deadline, this tool is priceless.
By customizing their text-alert settings to their liking, customers can opt-in to get notifications if their jobs go on hold. They can also choose to be notified at crucial points in the production process, such as when their job starts printing and when it ships.
"Our goal is to never have a job on hold more than one business day without the customer being aware," says Vice President Jeff Corbo. "This would have seemed like a ridiculous goal a decade ago, but between email, phone and text, there's almost no reason anyone's job should be delayed for long."
For more information on DocuCopies.com and their online color printing services, visit them online at http://www.Docucopies.com.