More NewsTHINK New Ideas Wins SAMPLEPRINT.com Account

THINK New Ideas Wins SAMPLEPRINT.com Account

Allendale, NJ-based eCadapult, a division of Cadapult Graphic Systems Inc., said that THINK New Ideas has been selected as thestrategic development and marketing partner for SAMPLEPRINT.com.

Allendale, NJ-based eCadapult, a division of Cadapult Graphic Systems Inc., said that THINK New Ideas has been selected as the strategic development and marketing partner for SAMPLEPRINT.com.

SAMPLEPRINT.com is a Web site dedicated to helping business buyers evaluate color printer and copier products over the Internet.

“THINK was selected for its broad range of experience in creating and implementing some of the top technology Web sites,” said Fran Blanco, vice president marketing and investor relations.” Billings were not disclosed.

SAMPLEPRINT.com will act as an objective resource for buyers by providing product information, technical benchmarks and sample prints. The site will allow any buyer to submit files via the Internet to be printed and time tested on a variety of printers.

Sampleprint.com is scheduled to launch at PC Expo in June.

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