SA Int’l (SAi), Philadelphia, PA, a provider of software solutions for the professional signmaking, digital printing, proofing, and CAD/CAM for CNC machining industries, announced it launched www.sign.com. The Website is an online resource for the sign industry.
SAi says in the Website’s initial phase, users can browse, purchase, and download individual files for design and production of all types. The Website features clip art, vehicle templates, graphic fills, textures, fonts, and more. Users can purchase extended support plans and various learning resources.
Individual downloads are available from collections such as Inferno, Texture, Vehicle Templates, Window Tint Templates, Paint Protection, Camouflage, Font Ensemble, Flexi Training Guides, EnRoute DVD and online training, and extended support plans. The complete collection of image and templates are available on DVD through SAi’s reseller network. Other features of www.sign.com include key number and password look up and My Downloads, which stores user history for access to regularly purchased items.
“Sign.com is a convenient way to have all your sign-related content in one easy section,” says Sarit Tichon, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing for SAi. “SAi is very pleased that we can use our knowledge of software and the industry to present sign shops with this exciting new resource.”
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