Free Consignment Software for 6 Months

Industry leader Best Consignment Shop Software’s Christmas Special offers consignment store owners free software for 6 months with no fees.
 
 
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* Memphis - Tennessee - US

Dec. 9, 2009 - PRLog -- Memphis, Tennessee – Whether a consignment shop owner is in a start-up operation or an established business, he or she can take advantage of an offer from Best Consignment Shop Software to use the full version of ‘BCSS Deluxe, Diamond or Virtual editions’ at no cost until July 4, 2010 (at which time the end user may discontinue use of the product or purchase it at today’s ‘locked-in’ price).
Company spokesperson and owner, Steve Henning, announced the offer today saying that the software developer’s offer is a way of giving back to the consignment industry (which spurred record sales for the firm in 2009). “We’ve been very fortunate” says Mr. Henning, “to have had almost more business than we could handle with the staff on hand at the beginning of the year. We let a need fall through the cracks here and there as we rushed to overhaul our sales and service capabilities, but for the most part, our current base of 1200+ users is quite satisfied and pleased with our software and service.”
The current offer from BCSS is in keeping with their heritage of contributing in meaningful ways to the success of consignment shops, measurable in dollars. The offer is extended with no deposits, no fees, no conditions. Over the past 7+ years, this vendor’s ‘no fee policy’ has saved consignment shop owners approximately $1,500,000 (that’s one million five hundred thousand dollars) since BCSS software was introduced in May, 2002. No other entity in the ‘consignment industry’ can boast of having made such significant contributions to the collective of consignment business owners. On the contrary, over-priced software, service fees, add-on fees, fee increases (and over-priced hardware offered by software vendors) is thought to have contributed, in part, to the demise of many a hopeful start-up operation. (For the past 3 years BCSS has offered their ‘Intro Edition’ at $159 which has enabled many new establishments to introduce themselves to computerization without the heavy burden of $1,000+ software outlay.)
In response to the negative comments found online about the company he replied, “There’s not a business in the world which doesn’t have an unhappy customer now and then. People rarely take time to comment on line when they are satisfied and their needs are met. Our customer satisfaction rating is around 99%. I wouldn’t be surprised if we have the highest degree of customer satisfaction in our industry. Our users are certainly pleased to not find hidden adverse policies and fees after purchase. We’ve been very instrumental in elevating the level of disclosure amongst our competitors and exposing unfair practices.”
He goes on to say, “There are two individual programmers (one in Boulder, CO and the other in Miami, FL) who pose as software ‘companies’. Part of their marketing strategy is to attempt to convince our potential customers that we have unhappy customers and they don’t, as they carry out acts of subterfuge. The first advertises low-ball prices on his home page and provides a demo including layaways, special promotions and buy outright (common consignment functions), suggesting that these features are included in the program. Those features are striped upon purchase, so that $695 home-page come-on price ends up being $950 with service fees added. That’s dishonest. A year ago about this time the second individual delivered an ‘update’ of his software to a group of users who had not paid (optional) service fees in some time. The update disabled the users’ software. When they called for assistance, they were told that the ‘bug’ (as the programmer white-washed it) would be removed only if they ponied up service fees. That’s illegal. Complaints about us are mostly made by users who opted not to purchase phone support then complain later that their phone calls aren’t being returned, but responded to via email.”
If you are a consignment store owner looking for a great software program and a solid company behind it, take advantage of the BCSS offer. There’s absolutely nothing to lose. If, after 6 months, you decide it’s not right for you, you owe nothing and data stored in the program can be converted for use in most other programs. If during the 6 months you decide the program isn’t right for you, uninstall it with no money invested. Merry Christmas!
For additional information please visit http://www.bestconsignmentshopsoftware.com.

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Best Consignment Shop Software
847-386-1692
http://www.bestconsignmentshopsoftware.com

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Best Consignment Shop Software is the industry leader in consignment software offering innovative marketing concepts like free customer support and tiered pricing (allowing affordable entry for as little as $159). World-class reliability and quality customer support are integral parts of the BCSS commitment to complete customer satisfaction.
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