Put your Product
Catalogue on CD.
coloured catalogues is expensive and you need to have a specific number of
copies printed at the one time to justify the expense.
- if you make these catalogues into a virtual catalogue on a CD - an electronic
the catalogue is easy. New products can be added at any time, and products which
need to be removed from the catalogue can be deleted. Price changes etc. can be
accommodated just as easily.
electronic catalogue you purchase just the quantity you require when you require
them. Additional copies can be purchased at any time. In fact, if you have the
facility, you can make additional copies of your e-catalogue yourself.
custom designed electronic catalogue containing a collection of photos (or
illustrations) of your products is just like viewing a printed catalogue. You
turn the pages with a 3D flipping motion and realistic sound. It's as if you are
holding the printed catalogue, but in fact, it's even better!
to the familiar page-flipping browsing, an electronic catalogue has even more
overviews, table of contents, index and search features allow quick access
to all your product images.
can be viewed from their catalogue pages or enlarged on the fly to fill the
can be placed on specific pages, for even faster access to product images.
flipping lets you create an entertaining hands-free visual display, forward
and back throughout the catalogue.
pages can be printed out or saved to your customers' hard drives for editing
catalogue is self contained. Your customers can print out just the pages
which are of interest to them and they can be provided with the choice of
either printing out an order form from the CD or accessing an online order
catalogue can be hyper-linked to your web site.
select patterns for the catalogue cover, inside pages, and backgrounds from our
selection sheets, or you can provide your own for us to use.
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