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DeliverNextDay.com Launched by Telebyte

Telebyte Inc. a provider of data communications connectivity solutions, launched DeliverNextDay.com, an Internet-based business-to-business express fulfillment system.

A button added to a supplier's Web site links the customer to Deliver Next Day.com, where the customer can place and track orders online anytime, the company said.

Orders placed Monday through Friday by midnight (Central Time) are delivered as early as 10:30 a.m. the next business day, the company said. On the weekend, customers who order before 10 a.m. (Central Time) on Sunday can expect delivery on Monday morning.

DeliverNextDay.com's order fulfillment system is completely automated. When product inventory needs to be replenished, companies are notified electronically, so that items are in stock and available to online shoppers.

By utilizing DeliverNextDay.com, suppliers can reduce selling and fulfillment costs and ultimately increase return on investment, the company said.

"Industry experts project that business-to-business e-commerce will exceed $1.3 trillion by the year 2003, and to remain competitive, companies must implement e-commerce now," said Michael Breneisen, president of Telebyte.

"However, the cost to integrate a company's legacy system into e-commerce can range from $300,000 to more than $1 million. DeliverNextDay.com was founded to provide business-to-business product suppliers with a viable, cost-effective e-commerce solution."