MONTREAL, QC, December 15, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- FirstQuintile has completed a major effort to get licensed apparel manufacturer, Jack Of All Trades Clothing, online in record time. The manufacturer is currently offering an opening special of 25% discount off Hobbit t-shirts, just in time for the world-wide release of the The Hobbit movie.
"We are proud to support this local manufacturer of licensed entertainment, movie, comic and automotive apparel", stated Terry Fagen, President of FirstQuintile. "The folks at Jack of All Trades Clothing are the most environmentally-friendly, local labor supporters of North America I have ever seen. Our artists and engineers worked around the clock to make sure JackOfAllTradesClothing.com was live in time for the release of the Hobbit movie."
Allan Goldberg, President of Jack Of All Trades Clothing is extremely pleased with the resulting eCommerce Web site. "We tried several vendors over the past year - all of whom failed to deliver. Only FirstQuintile Information Technologies was able to deliver as-promised, on time and in record time. Our sales from this new online shop have already exceeded all expectations."
FirstQuintile will focus on helping other apparel and product manufacturers showcase and sell their products online. Now that we have the back-end and eCommerce transactions, sales and ERP integration developed, it is relatively painless process to duplicate this effort for other manufacturers, or even retailers who do not have or are unhappy with their current web shop.
For over 10 years, FirstQuintile Information Technologies has been satisfying clients with world-class technology solutions. A full-service agency providing interactive marketing communications, strategic analysis, planning and design, SEO, creative web and online advertising, engineering and business management, FirstQuintile helps you with your most complex projects by providing simple technology solutions using industry-proven standards and tools. On-time. Every time.
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