Sunday, October 2, 2011

More on ARC’s release of ishipdocs 2.0

Yesterday, I received an e-mail from Mahil Maurice, the “product manager” who oversees ARC’s ishipdocs sales efforts. I’d like to share this e-mail with my blog visitors.

Hello Joel,

How are you? Hope all is well with you. We are crazy busy here with the launch of ishipdocs 2.0. The new version has allowed us to go into the customer premises with Cloud Storage, Cloud Collaboration, Large File send up to 3 GB, and, finally, send a print to any of our 350 locations worldwide. While many do bits and pieces of this, we have combined 4 components of a Document Cycle into one. The key benefits being;

1. ishipdocs will reduce document distribution costs anywhere from 25% to 50% for our customers

2. Securely send large files up to 3 GB without leaving MS Outlook and be able to track who downloads

3. Quickly connect and manage documents / projects with customers, partners and remote workers

We have a cool outlook plug-in that allows you to send files up to 3 GB directly from Outlook.

I’d like to provide you with a complimentary login that will give you full benefits of ishipdocs along with 20 GB of storage to back up your files. Please go to and do the following;

1. Sign up

2. Choose “Free Trial” from the Business Package

I will extend it for a year. Now you can send large files and do a whole bunch of things. Let me know when you have time, and I can walk you through the solution as well. Meanwhile click on “How it works” and there is a 10-minute demo video.

You’ve been very supportive and a strong advocate of what we do here with ishipdocs and this is my way of saying thank you. Enjoy and I look forward to your feedback.



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Mahil Maurice


45545 Northport Loop East

Fremont, CA 94538

510/403-2431 phone

510-403-2499 fax

925-212-5813 mobile

mahilishipdocs skype


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