FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Carson City, NV – Price tag Pro, Inc., (PtPI), announced today the launching of its latest database and price tag software program, Price tag Pro™ (PtP).
Designed specifically for the retail appliance industry, PtPI has created a price tag printing and time saving program. Populated with over 35 of the most popular appliance brands and consisting of thousands of model numbers, PtP allows the user to search for models, create custom quotes, and print professional looking color price tags, all from their desktop computer.
Designed to save the appliance retailer multiple hours daily, PtP allows the retailer to search its local product database by any combination of Manufacturer, Brand, Color, Feature, Model Number, Category, or Price, eliminating the need for time-consuming catalog searches to find the right appliance(s) for their customers.
Utilizing the PtP database the appliance retailer can easily create and save quotes for multiple brands and model numbers quickly and easily, eliminating costly miss-quotes, verbal miss-understandings, and multiple quotes to the same customer by different sales personnel.
Employing PtP’s tag printing functions, the appliance retailer can easily create price tags to give their store a consistent professional look. Without having to input any data except their sales price, the retailer can print one tag or multiple models using our Print Queue function. The price tag will display Model number, Description, Price, Top features, & Rebate information. The price tag also prominently displays the store name or logo and sales promotions. Additionally, the price tag can display Extended Service and Financing information at the option of the retailer.
PtPI has incorporated an auto updater feature allowing the retailer to automatically download updates in pricing, model additions, changes, deletions, and rebate information from the product manufacturers, keeping the appliance retailer up-to-date with all the necessary information from the manufactures.
PtPI, is looking to add Mattress’s and Consumer Electronics to their database in the near future as well as a Point of Sale module (POS) by 1st quarter 2004.