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/24-7PressRelease/ - STILLWATER, MN, December 21, 2007 — The Internet's leading color copy and printing company is reaching out to the growing number of web surfers who use browsers other than Microsoft's Internet Explorer, making their services more accessible to web users in general.
Docucopies.com, whose cheap prices on color copies and printing have brought them to the top of their market, realized the need to optimize their site for non-IE users months ago.
"More and more web surfers are turning to applications like Mozilla Firefox and Safari to browse the Internet," said marketing director Jeff Corbo. "We want our services to be just as accessible to these people as they are to Microsoft's faithful constituency."
Specifically, Docucopies.com's automated price calculators will be affected by the new changes. In the past, some customers not using Internet Explorer have had difficulty fully utilizing this feature, which automatically updates the projected price of each color copy or print job as users enter job information.
Traditionally, many companies and websites have struggled making certain features accessible to both Internet Explorer and its competing software. But in a market where Microsoft is seen by many as a dominating, if not monopolizing, force, businesses should be prepared to open their services to the growing number of surfers using alternative web browsers.
"This isn't playing favorites," said Corbo, who reminds us that the majority of web surfers still use Internet Explorer. "This is just being practical and making our services accessible to a wider range of users."
Docucopies.com is a web-based color copying company headquartered in the Twin Cities, Minn.
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