Discontinued App

RSC eFolder

With our unique eFolder, you can deliver a targeted message to your clients in an individual, high impact and innovative way. Forget those cardboard ...

Discontinued App

Description

With our unique eFolder, you can deliver a targeted message to your clients in an individual, high impact and innovative way. Forget those cardboard folders and the effort that goes into filling and posting them. Within minutes of a client contact, deliver that message. From your own large electronic library of potential inserts, include up to any eight items and a personalised letter to each client. An eFolder can be sent to hundreds of clients, or each client can receive an eFolder with a content perfectly directed towards their own special requirements. Download this example now and imagine the potential. You’ll see what the eFolder can do for you. By the way, an insert doesn’t need to be just a PDF file. An eFolder can include single pages, whole brochures, movies with sound and voice-overs, animations and 3D models. Include a PDF quotation too if you like. Once you own it, you can use it as many times as you wish and you can allow all of your colleagues to use a copy. All of your agencies, at home and abroad, can have it too, at no extra cost. They can personalise their copy, by adding their name and contact details to a business card. Even the business card will impress. A touch on the e-mail address opens the e-mail editor and a touch on the web address takes the client straight there. PC, online and offline options are available, as well as HTML5-based iPad versions. A generic company eFolder can be run online, on your website, or downloadable from Apple App Store, just like our own example.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.1.2

Size: 10.31 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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