That would be my suggestion.all my Designer comes off my walls now
Web sites: http://www.eframe.net
We have developed several online catalogs for Cardinal Aluminum, namely the two mentioned above. These are not only feature rich e-commerce sites, but also they also employ sophisticated business rules for custom pricing based on customer inputs. The back-end management system tracks inventory, manages warehouse fulfillment across several geographical locations, tracks site statistics and orders from affiliates for commission calculation and manages customer accounts and credit status. The management areas of these sites is continuously evolving and streamlining the business processes of our customer.
In addition to the e-commerce solutions that we have deployed for this client, we have also built an electronic newsletter system that the client uses to import email addresses of customers, compose HTML newsletters, send them through the system and track statistics as to number of newsletters delivered, number read and number returned as undeliverable.
That would be my suggestion.Originally posted by Ron Eggers:
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I may be wrong, but today, I disagree. I do agree, the market should speak. I would bet that we are still the bulk of their business. If dropping their line won't make a difference, then they don't need our business at all.but if I carried this company's products dropping the line wouldn't make a difference. The market will speak. Either we will adjust or eframe will.