Launches New Website with Added Features and Flexibility

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The online color printing company aims to simplify the ordering process and give customers more control.

With technology-driven businesses, if you aren’t moving forward you’re moving backward.

Just in time for the new year, online color printing company finished their nearly year-long process of rebuilding their website from the ground up, adding greater flexibility and power for both customers on the front end and management and developers on the back end.

They also lowered their price threshold for free ground shipping from $150 to $125 and increased their envelope selection to include the A2, A6 and A7 sizes.

Some newer elements trickled in over recent months, such as the product-navigation menu on the left side, while other features are brand new. Among the new features customers may notice are:

  • Accounts can have multiple emails associated with it, which is great for organizations where multiple people may be involved in ordering
  • Files can be uploaded at the beginning of checkout or at the end
  • Hard copy proofs can be selected on the order forms rather than at the end
  • New products and services can be added much more quickly and efficiently

Much of the more significant technical upgrades were done on the back end to make website maintenance and development more intuitive. These upgrades are the latest and among the most significant in’s continuing mission to stay on top of changing technology. While the company still leads the nation in online digital color printing, other print companies are beginning to catch on, and innovation is key to staying on top.

“One thing that will always separate us from the competition is our site’s ease of use and flexibility,” says Marketing Director and Vice President Jeff Corbo. “With technology-driven businesses, if you aren’t moving forward you’re moving backward.”

For more information on’s many color printing services, including color copies, brochures, books and booklets, or to see the new site in action, visit them online at


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