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Leaping Windows goes for Ignitee Digital Solutions

08-October-2010
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Leaping Windows goes for Ignitee Digital Solutions

Ignitee Digital Solutions has added the Leaping Windows account to its kitty. The agency will be responsible for all online marketing activities for Leaping Windows, an online library exclusively for comic books.

Speaking on the occasion, Utsa Shome, Promoter, Leaping Windows, said, “We wanted to start a library that houses only comics and wanted people to be able to read whatever they want. Another thing we were working towards was creating some depth in our collection, sourcing the quirkier independent publications along with the more mainstream ones like DC and Marvel, getting books from different countries and in different languages. The basic aim is to make books that are not easily available or affordable, both available and affordable.”

Ignitee Digital Solutions will be providing online services to Leaping Windows in a way in which user experience is made easy and convenient. The website works on a simple three-step process – become a member, place an order for the book one wants from the catalogue available online and the book will be delivered within 24 hours.

On being awarded the account, Shankar B, COO, Ignitee Digital Solutions Pvt Ltd, said, “I’m excited about our offerings today, as part of our continuous efforts to provide more value to our clients. With the talents back at Ignitee, we ensure that our clients are well-positioned in the online space, which, in turn, will add value to their business.”

Founded in 2000, Ignitee provides 360 degree solutions for its clients, including media planning and buying, search marketing and creative and technology solutions.

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