MyOrderDesk is a free e-Commerce solution for graphic arts service providers such as ad specialties, brokers, copyshops, embroiderers, commercial printers, quick printers, reprographers, screen printers, thermographers, and more! There is no need to spend a small fortune in time and money building an automated e-commerce order desk system for your company Website. MyOrderDesk will have you up and running in the minimum amount of time.
With MyOrderDesk, you receive a personalized order entry and file attachment capability for your Website. You simply add a link to your webpage. The link can say anything you want, like "Send Us Files", or "Place An Order" for example. Customer's access your personalized MyOrderDesk capabilities by clicking the link on your existing Website.
Don't have a Website? No problem. We can create a personalized Webpage entry to your e-Commerce system on the MyOrderDesk Web server. Free.
Using their web browser and your new MyOrderDesk e-commerce capabilities, your customers will quickly and easily place orders, upload multiple files with a single click, and receive e-mail order confirmations. No more messy and unreliable e-mail attchments.
MyOrderDesk is as sophisticated as it is easy to use. For example, it will automatically send e-mail to your production staff when a new order or file arrives from a customer. No guesswork. No hassling customers to call you or send you e-mail. Your MyOrderDesk system does it for them. It's so simple your staff can even use their web browser to retrieve your customer files.
That's convenience. That's simplicity. There is no need to train staff (or your customers) to program and use FTP software. While others may have spent tens of thousands of dollars and many months building a similar system, you don't have to. MyOrderDesk is a sophisticated e-Commerce solution that will save time and money, eliminate complexity, and make your online business easy to work with.
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