Toronto, November 24, 2008 – Racad Tech, a leading provider of internet-based solutions, announced today that it has released the GoSendExpress.com file transfer tool, a software that enables businesses and individuals to send and receive digital files without file size limitation. This web application will benefit graphic artists, printers, publishers, photographers, film editors, and advertising agencies that are seeking a file transfer solution for extremely large files.
“It’s a perfect tool for submitting photo files, PowerPoint presentations, video files, large documents or any type of file in its native application,” said Reuben James, director of business development at Racad Tech. “Whether you’re a corporation, business or an individual, GoSendExpress.com will enable you to send and receive files securely without having to rely on FTP servers, overnight couriers or email attachments.”
GoSendExpress.com allows companies to maintain their corporate identity by offering a customizable file upload interface/website, so that it is easy to recognize and familiar to its customers. The GoSendExpress.com file transfer solution is easy to use, quick to install, and is currently offered as a free service.
Mr. James added that, “with GoSendExpress.com, interrupted files will no longer be problematic as they will continue to resume transferring from point of interruption. The GoSendExpress.com file transfer solution includes the capability to convert files into PDF via the Internet.”
Racad Tech is committed to creating innovative and user-optimized web applications for a diverse client base. Recent developments include software services for the web-to-print industry with their highly popular and affordable file transfer system for printers and graphic artists. Visit www.goprint2.com.
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