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  • / Press Release

    Scene7 OnDemand Extends Hosted Services with Image Portal 2.1

    Turnkey Solution Improves Third-Party Media Acquisition and Management SAN JOSE, Calif. - December 6, 2007 - Scene7, part of Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE), today announced Image Portal 2.1, a new version of its hosted media management solution designed to improve processes associated with collecting, managing and distributing media used by internal and external partners. New to this version of Image Portal is the “contributor” feature...

    Posted 12/12/2007

    Turnkey Solution Improves Third-Party Media Acquisition and Management SAN JOSE, Calif. - December 6, 2007 - Scene7, part of Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE), today announced Image Portal 2.1, a new version of its hosted media management solution designed to improve processes associated…
  • / Press Release

    Scene7 Introduces Image Portal 2.0 to Extend Leading Rich Media Platform

    Self-service access reduces image distribution time and costs up to 60 percent NOVATO, Calif. – September 28, 2006 - Scene7®, provider of the leading on-demand rich media platform, today announced the availability of Image Portal 2.0, offering companies a cost-effective, turnkey image management system to service all content users. This solution enables retailers, manufacturers and other companies doing business online to share assets internally,...

    Posted 09/29/2006

    Self-service access reduces image distribution time and costs up to 60 percent NOVATO, Calif. – September 28, 2006 - Scene7®, provider of the leading on-demand rich media platform, today announced the availability of Image Portal 2.0, offering companies a cost-effective, turnkey image management…
  • / Marketing

    Altrec.com boosts sales 8% through shopping portals

    Boosting sales through shopping portals has become a common strategy for online retailers, but linking with portals can be a costly chore. Altrec.com has found a way to save 50% of the costs of building those links while boosting sales 8%, it says.

    Posted 08/27/2004Paul Demery1 comments

    Boosting sales through shopping portals has become a common strategy for online retailers, but linking with portals can be a costly chore. Altrec.com has found a way to save 50% of the costs of building those links while boosting sales 8%, it says.
  • / Technology

    An online soccer store branches out

    San Diego Soccer Development Corp. is broadening the product selection at its online store and has reached a deal with a major soccer portal to help promote the merchandise.

    Posted 09/20/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    San Diego Soccer Development Corp. is broadening the product selection at its online store and has reached a deal with a major soccer portal to help promote the merchandise.
  • / Marketing

    The portals have landed-and retailers want results

    When executives at Cooking.com began to talk last year about how they would draw consumers to their new Web store-a comprehensive shop aimed at people who love spending time in the kitchen-they settled on a well-worn marketing path: striking deals with portals to advertise the site. Signing contracts with Yahoo! Inc., America Online Inc., Infoseek Corp. and other top portals was the company's first marketing mission. The idea was to get...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    When executives at Cooking.com began to talk last year about how they would draw consumers to their new Web store-a comprehensive shop aimed at people who love spending time in the kitchen-they settled on a well-worn marketing path: striking deals with portals to advertise the site. Signing…
  • Portals deliver the world to e-retailer`s door, but now they must lock up sales too

    Chris McCann had a portal deal before other merchants had a clue about what the Internet was. His company, 1-800-Flowers.com, was one of the first merchants to appear on AOL. And in the six years of that ongoing relationship, this veteran e-retailer has learned a thing or two about why such deals work for marketers. “You can’t go out there with wild expectations,” says McCann, president of Westbury, N.Y.-based 1-800-Flowers.com. “They need to be...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Chris McCann had a portal deal before other merchants had a clue about what the Internet was. His company, 1-800-Flowers.com, was one of the first merchants to appear on AOL. And in the six years of that ongoing relationship, this veteran e-retailer has learned a thing or two about why such deals…

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