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Verschoore maakt gebruik van RPI-Paro online HTML5 software om haar mogelijkheden voor fotoservices uit te breiden

RPI-Paro, een RPI-onderneming (Reischling Press, Inc.) (www.rpiprint.com), een marktleider op het gebied van gepersonaliseerde fotoboeken, wenskaarten en kantoorartikelen voor diverse ondernemingen, is verheugd om aan te kondigen dat Verschoore, als grootste fotospecialist in het zuidwesten van Nederland, gebruikmaakt van RPI’s allernieuwste online software om gepersonaliseerd printwerk aan te bieden.

Bijna 100 jaar lang heeft Verschoore, een gespecialiseerde fotovakhandel en één uur digitale foto service, zich gericht op het leveren van fotografische producten en diensten aan haar klanten. Nu, door middel van een samenwerkingsverband met RPI, heeft het haar diensten uitbreid die klanten de mogelijkheid bieden om hun eigen foto's te personaliseren en aangepast printwerk te creëren.

“We zijn altijd al een onderneming geweest die zich richt op de klant. Vooral op het invullen van hun diverse behoeften op het gebied van apparatuur en print in de ruimste zin van het woord.” aldus Arjen Verschoore, eigenaar van Verschoore. “RPI’s online software biedt een breed scala aan leuke, innovatieve mogelijkheden. Het ondersteunt onze strategische visie om meer aansluiting te vinden met onze klanten en het creëert meerwaarde omdat ook tablet en smart Phone gebruikers gemakkelijk foto’s kunnen bestellen en fotoboeken kunnen maken.”

RPI’s online software is opgenomen in Verschoore’s bestaande e-commerce website, waardoor klanten ongehinderd op de Verschoore website gebruik kunnen maken van de fotoservice. Bovendien helpt de software om Verschoore op de mobiele markt te plaatsen, waardoor klanten in staat zijn om fotoalbums en andere gepersonaliseerde inhoud op Smartphones en Tablets te maken en de inhoud via de sociale media (FaceBook) te delen.

“Met onze nieuwe software helpen we Verschoore om zich te richten op hun belangrijkste prioriteit, de klant, terwijl wij zorgdragen voor het technologieplatform en marktconforme productlijnen leveren,” aldus Paul Adriaans, Algemeen Directeur van RPI-Paro.

“Verschoore deelt onze passie en visie om de klant te helpen, zijn creativiteit de vrije loop te laten” zei Rick Bellamy, CEO van RPI. “We zijn verheugd dat we een rol kunnen spelen waarmee de Verschoore klant de kostbare herinneringen gemakkelijk kan omzetten in de mooiste fotoproducten en afdrukken van topkwaliteit”

Door de eenvoudige integratie maakt RPI’s storefront het mogelijke om producenten van kantoorbenodigdheden, online- en offline-winkels honderden gepersonaliseerde producten aan te bieden aan hun klanten, via een aantrekkelijke online-ervaring.

Ga voor meer informatie over RPI’s Personalization Storefront naar: http://www.rpiprint.com/fulfillment/software/

Over RPI

RPI is een toonaangevende producent van op aanvraag gemaakte gepersonaliseerde fotoboeken, wenskaarten en kantoorartikelen voor speciaalzaken en diverse ondernemingen. Een groot aantal klanten in de detailhandel en/of online uitgeverij sector vertrouwt op z'n consistente, betrouwbare uitvoering, creatieve ontwerpdiensten en uitstekende efficiënte productie voor de snelle levering van innovatieve producten waarin de gebruiker zijn gepersonaliseerde inhoud zijn verwerkt. Deze besloten vennootschap is net buiten Seattle, Washington (VS) gevestigd en heeft een productie faciliteit voor West-Europa in Eindhoven, Nederland. Ga voor meer informatie, over de wijze waarop RPI de snelle groei van gepersonaliseerde producten versnelt, naar www.rpiprint.com.

Over Verschoore

Met dertien zaken, verspreid over Zeeland en Brabant, is Verschoore prominent aanwezig in de wereld van de beelddragers en de nieuwste digitale technieken op dit vlak. De onderneming heeft zowel een scherp instinct voor nieuwe trends in het vak en een niet aflatende interesse voor de wensen van de klant. Bijna 100 jaar lang zijn de specialisten van Verschoore in lijn met de digitale evolutie blijven groeien en innoveren. Hiermee worden er doorlopend producten en diensten geleverd, die hun klanten in staat stelt om vertrouwd te raken met de nieuwste ontwikkelingen. Voor meer informatie kunt u terecht op http://www.verschoore.nl/.

Deze bekendmaking is officieel geldend in de originele brontaal. Vertalingen zijn slechts als lees hulp bedoeld en moeten worden vergeleken met de tekst in de brontaal wanneer men enige juridische geldigheid beoogt.

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