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ASICS teams up with apparel supplier SanMar
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Jan '08
ASI Computer Systems Inc (ASICS), a leader in providing complete business management software announced it is teaming up with SanMar Corporation, a leading supplier of imprintable apparel and accessories, to provide seamless integration between ASICS ProfitMaker and SanMar Online Ordering.

While ProfitMaker has offered direct interface with ESP Online and ASItransact, SanMar is the first supplier to electronically integrate order entry and product purchasing through ProfitMaker.

“We're all about saving our customers time and money, and this ProfitMaker-SanMar integration provides a critical time-saving benefit to our customers,” says Jeremy Lott, vice president at SanMar. “We really see electronic integration as another key way to ensure our customers get the best, most efficient service we can possibly offer.”

With this streamlined interface, distributors will be able to navigate directly from ProfitMaker software into a co-branded ASICS-SanMar ordering site, where they can order directly from SanMar's selection of over 800 apparel and accessories.

Once finished, all ordering information will be directly populated back into the ProfitMaker software, allowing ProfitMaker users to manage their purchase orders and invoices, as well as monthly expense and profitability reports.

“Here at ASICS, we are continually developing software options that are designed specifically for our unique promotional products industry” explains Judy Moore, director of operations at ASI Computer Systems. “And we're excited to take our one-stop solution to the next level by partnering with SanMar. This integration allows our customers to streamline orders from the beginning quote to the final order.”

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