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The Character Factory Released by epic software group

June 6-12, 1997 - Houston, Texas - The epic software group in the Woodlands is sending ad agencies demonstration disk of some animated ideas for new media campaigns. That's new media: CD-ROMS, screen savers, interactive kiosks, electronic catalogs. The disk, called The Character Factory, shows off ten animated characters created by epic. It's available in PC and Mac form. Epic President Vic Cherubini says the group created the disk to show the capabilities of the Woodlands-based software…

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DBA Houston - Marketing on the World Wide Web

By spinning an untangled Web, you can weave worthwhile profits By: Vic Cherubini If you haven't already ventured onto the World Wide Web, 1997 should be the year you take the plunge. If you're already there, you're probably looking for ways to boost your site's role in your marketing efforts. Here are some pointers for getting the most from your Web site this year: Motivating potential customers to visit your site and then persuading them to come back is tricky. Make sure the content…

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Computerized Sales Tools Give Instant Information

The Woodlands, Texas, December 16, 1996 - Computer technology can bring information to customers more easily, quickly and cheaply. Delivered on single floppy disks that contain hundreds of pages of information, computer-powered sales tools are replacing large quantities of brochures and literature pieces that end up in stacks, file cabinets or bookshelves in offices across the country. "Never before have we been able to incorporate so much information on a single computer disk as we can today,"…

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epic software Donates Creativity for Big Brothers Big Sisters Website

The Woodlands Texas, August 10, 1996 - When the Big Brothers Big Sisters branch serving North Harris and Montgomery counties needed a new Web site, they knew exactly where to go. "William Vaughan, one of our Big Brothers, is the creative director of the epic software group, a premier web development company located in The Woodlands,'" said Diana Garbis, BBBS ranch director. ''William took one look at our old site and said 'I think we can make it a little better,' "Garbis…

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Electronic Catalogs - Almost Mainstream

The Woodlands, Texas -  July 1, 1996 - Plan carefully. The computer adds complexities that can explode a budget in no time. CD-ROM catalogs, diskette-based presentations, and the Internet are now legitimate alternatives to traditional media. But plan carefully. The computer adds a level of complexity that can explode a budget in no time. To reduce your risk, use this systematic approach to developing multimedia projects. Survey your customers: Find out what kind of interactive sales tools would…

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epic software Presents at Sales Force Management Conference

Chicago, IL - June 1996 - Vic Cherubini, president of the epic software group, inc. of The Woodlands, Texas will be among the speakers addressing attendees at this years Field Sales Force Automation Conference, to be held in Chicago, June 12-14.  Cherubini will demonstrate the latest in New Media Technologies specifically developed for sales and marketing professionals.  Cherubini will offer three case studies to illustrate how innovative B2B companies are using electronic catalogs, multimedia…

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Business to Business: Volume 2 Number 2

The personal computer can bring volumes of information to your customers easier, quicker and more economically than traditional media. But before direct marketers can tap into the awesome power of the computer, they must first answer two key questions: What kind of information do our customers and prospects need so they can make a buying decision (i.e. the content)? How should we deliver the information to them (i.e. CD-ROM, diskette, the Internet)?Perhaps the best way to understand the issues involved…

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HBJ Feature Article - Computer Presentations

Computer-based pitches can be cheaper way to market products. by Vic Cherubini Houston Business Journal - Office Technology Supplement November 19, 1995 - Houston, Texas - With over 100 million computers populating the desktops in homes and offices, savvy marketers are experimenting with a new way to reach sophisticated customers: innovative computer-based presentations. Almost half of the white-collar workforce in the United States uses desk-top personal computers. The PC offers rare opportunities…

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