NEW YORK, NY – September 25, 2002 – Up until now the relationship between e-commerce and the real-world has been a strained one at best.  Only a few years ago, eager dot com companies sold us on the image of a future where every purchase made would effortlessly take place online.  However, practicality took over when consumers and businesses alike realized that they were sacrificing customer service for the lure of lower pricing.  eCustomers faced sales representatives untrained in the application of the products offered, and were forced to make decisions beyond the scope of their knowledge. The launch of

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