SAN MATEO, Calif. - Elibrium, Inc., the leading provider of productivity
software and services, now offers a new publishing model designed
to provide technology developers with the most efficient and cost
effective solution for selling their products on retail shelves.
In addition to providing developer partners access to the more than
$5 Billion retail market, Elibrium may provide sales and marketing
programs, packaging, production, assembly, storage and freight,
depending on the partners needs.
Elibrium has been marketing, publishing and selling products successfully
in the retail channel for more than 15 years; and private labeling
software for 10 years. Combining experienced product management,
in-house packaging design, effective supply chain management systems,
and proven direct retailer relationships, Elibrium now offers one-stop
publishing solutions to developers who want to sell their products
at retail under their own brand.
"Elibrium excels at identifying product content that addresses
the needs of our small business customers and they offer a wide
range of productivity software and services for many different business
requirements," says Dennis Agresti, senior buyer at Staples.
"Staples was proud to recognize Elibrium with the Lifetime
Achievement Award in 2001 and most recently with a Partnership Award
While Elibrium-branded products range in retail price from $9.95-$49.95,
the company's new publishing model is open to all price points and
product categories. Depending on their marketing and operational
needs, partnering developers have multiple options within the publishing
model. Of primary interest to new partners is Elibrium's track record
with licensed products. Collectively, Elibrium's most successful
licensed titles have sold more than 100,000 units, and include top
sellers such as "MyTypeArtist," "MyCheckWriter,"
"Write Smart Pro," and "MyHolidayPhotoEditor."
"In today's highly competitive market, smart companies are
looking for new ways to expand their sales channels without incurring
the millions in cost associated with sales and marketing, operations
and finance," said Christina Willett Seelye, chief executive
officer of Elibrium, Inc. "For 15 years, we have focused on
building the infrastructure necessary to succeed at retail. Now,
we are eager to share our expertise with other developers."
Based in San Mateo, California, Elibrium, Inc. saves customers time
and money in their home office and small business with its leading
brand of "MySoftware" productivity products. For 15 years,
customers have trusted Elibrium's line of finance, direct mail,
design, labeling and information management tools. Elibrium's new
publishing model provides high quality sales, marketing and operations
services to help software developers expand their sales channel
into retail stores. Since the introduction of its first title, Elibrium
has sold more than 20 million products, which are available at more
than 7,000 outlets including leading retailers such as Staples,
CompUSA, Fry's and MicroCenter. More information on Elibrium, its
partners, products and services is available at www.avanquestusa.com.