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Millennium Offers Clients a New Integrated eGift Program

Lauren Salapatek | December 2, 2013 | 3:50 PM

Millennium Offers Clients a New Integrated eGift ProgramMillennium Software has announced their new eGift program to drive online sales and revenue for all Millennium clients. “Holiday sales, including Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Mother’s Day have steadily increased 3.3% over the last 10 years, so providing our clients with the ability to sell online gift certificates around the clock will help complement this amazing trend,” says Millennium’s VP of Operations, Matthew Scudder. “It’s an exciting time as Millennium clients will benefit from a fully-integrated solution that helps them create additional revenue.”

This new program is user-friendly and offers Millennium clients a “No risk, No worry” experience. There is no third party partner and no contracts; no monthly fees, no cancellation fees and the terms are month-to-month. Millennium will include a variety of themes and templates to choose from and the program will even allow for customized options to complement your business’ branding. Millennium clients will also have the ability to create special promotions for their shoppers that encourage positive buying behaviors.

According to Millennium, the eGift program is simple, fast and seamless. To learn more, visit harms-software.com/egift.

Millennium Offers Clients a New Integrated eGift Program

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