New Grumble Sponsor!

Mike Labbe

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I hope you'll join me in welcoming this forum's first Sponsor, LifeSaver Software, Inc. LifeSaver produces a highly popular point of sale suite that manages frame shops, as well as a new visualization product called "Picture It First". The visualization product is unique in that it will work alongside ANY pos system, without requiring a large database of images.

If you haven't checked them out yet, please visit our new sponsor by clicking the banner at the top of this page. They're extremely friendly folks and have demos of both products available at no charge.

Welcome and thank you for supporting the Grumble!

Mike
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WizSteve

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I think you just need to hit the refresh button (the image uses the same file name as the old "sponsor wanted" ad, so our browsers are pulling it from the local cache)..


Oh, and I can't forget the obligatory "sweet!"
 

Ron Eggers

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My best friend in high school, when we were all signing year books as seniors, wrote "You're a sweat girl" in every girl's book. 35 years later, that inscription has remained his legacy.

My wife and I took him out to dinner a few weeks ago when he was in town and he sent us a nice note later. He's still spelling-challenge and he's still my best friend.
 

Mike Labbe

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>What's it cost Mike?

I'm not sure, but you can join the livechat on 2/3/05 at 8pm EST (-5 GMT). I understand that they'll be unveiling details and the link to a web downloadable demo. (or cd sent in mail free)

Basically, you lay out your design in the normal manner (customers art, mats, fillet, frame sample, etc). The software snaps a single picture and electronically manipulates what it sees to simulate what the final (framed) product will look like. It then displays the result so the customer will have a better picture of what they're considering. It sounds like a great sale closer to me and we hope to be one of the first customers.

Mike
 

FrameMakers

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We bought the software in Vegas. Still waiting for it to arrive though. If it works like it did at the show, it will only take about 10 seconds to show your client that they really don't want that 2" mat.
 
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