Allen, Texas - October 13, 2008 - QuadriSpace™ Corporation, a leading provider of 3D communication and documentation software, today announced an Affiliate program.
QuadriSpace today launched the QuadriSpace Affiliate Program, making it the first 3D Communication and Documentation Company to allow websites, bloggers and individuals to generate paid commissions by placing custom links to QuadriSpace's web site. The QuadriSpace Affiliate program will compliment the recently announced Document3D Personal Edition, available for free; and the 3D PDF upgrade, available for $95. QuadriSpace Document3D Suite is the world's most affordable, complete and user-friendly solution for the creation of documents, illustrations and animations from existing 3D models.
"This program is a win-win situation for QuadriSpace and our partners, " said Brian Roberts, President of QuadriSpace, "the Affiliate program helps end-users discover the most affordable solution for reusing 3D while giving website owners, bloggers and individuals a quick and easy way to generate additional revenue."
The program is also designed to allow QuadriSpace users to benefit directly. Affiliates can setup their QuadriSpace products to automatically include a referral link when using QuadriSpace to share 3D through email.
For more details and to sign up now, visit: http://www.quadrispace.com/ref/index.htm.
Download the free Document3D Personal Edition at: http://www.quadrispace.com/downloads/index.htm
QuadriSpace Corporation ( http://www.quadrispace.com) delivers premier Product Communication and Documentation solutions using its patented technology (U.S. Patent # 7,068,269). Our software solutions enhance productivity by enabling 3D CAD and associated data reuse throughout the business process. The easy-to-use suite of products minimizes the time to market and the documentation costs throughout the enterprise. QuadriSpace products serve a broad user base of engineers, marketing and technical publication professionals.
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