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Great Customer Service Just Got Better as Emedco Announces the Launch of their Completely Updated and Enhanced Website
Date:11/19/2009

associated custom products via a special “Make it Custom” icon. Customers will now be shown recommended product options, accessories, and related items.

“This site is cutting edge and is going to take us to the forefront of the industry", said Doug Jankowski, Emedco E-business & E-marketing Manager. "We’ve made it easier for our customers to find what they need in the least amount of clicks possible." "Not only can you find and access products quickly, but you can also complete your order with our special one-page checkout.”

The new website will also help Emedco.com improve what it is already great at; customer service.

“Capturing the voice of our customers was paramount in designing our new website", said David Ewert, Emedco Merchandising Manager. "Our customers spoke, and we listened. Easier search, intuitive navigation, and enhanced content ensure that new visitors and returning customers receive a positive shopping experience that will keep them coming back for more.”

Please visit the all new Emedco website and let us know what you think!

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For over 60 years Emedco has been the leading manufacturer and distributor of Signs,Tags, Labels and identification products is the leader in Custom, Safety and Marking Solutions for the workplace. Our signs, tags and labels help improve worker safety and compliance. for the workplace. Our line of custom p
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