AUSTIN, Texas, May 6, 2011
AUSTIN, Texas , May 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — eDoorways International Corporation (EDWY – Pinksheet) is offering a glimpse of its new “look” and “feel” starting with the ecommerce voucher system it is now piloting. Of equal significance, the Company has completed the user interface that will allow users to build their own PowerChannels. A sample of the ecommerce voucher system is now available.
Recently, eDoorways entered into a licensing agreement with Paddington Media, a software development firm in Austin, Texas to license its proprietary VoucherHound voucher marketing technology. Paddington Media was subsequently engaged to tailor the software to the eDoorways platform. Part of that effort includes the creation of a new user interface, or “look” and “feel,” for the site.
A successful pilot of the new functionality is required before eDoorways releases it to the public. 512 Unscripted, an Austin -based media company and eDoorways client, immediately stepped forward to offer its PowerChannel as a venue to pilot the new marketing technology.
Pilot activities are progressing well and are moving at a quick pace. Screen shots of the pilot 512 Unscripted service offering are available at http://paddingtonmedia.com/VoucherHounds.aspx.
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Jeffrey Staller , President
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