Revolutionary new website makes creating custom horse blankets fun and easy
Posted in the Columbus Forum
#1 Feb 24, 2014
(Columbus, OH) Buying custom products, from horse blankets to tack trunks, has never been a fun process. Customers have either had to spend too long the phone during business hours talking through all of their specifications or use websites which provide limited options with little feedback as to what the finished product will look like.
Utilizing custom software to create the new, simple and fun cust-O-matic process, itsahorseything.com has turned this process on its head. Customers can now see what their unique choices are going to look like right before their eyes from anywhere they can get on the web.
The options available are almost limitless says Tracy Baker, owner of itsahorseything.com .When you multiply out the number of neck, surcingle, size, color, piping, monograms and other specifications, we had to take over 43 million potential options and make that easy for our customers to create their custom products.
Some of the unique features of the cust-O-matic process are;
Choose body, trim and surcingle colors separately and independently for a unique look.
Apply monograms to standard point on a blanket and see the actual text and style as it will appear.
Choose from sizes 52 t0 90 as standard and see how piping, monograms and embroidery scale as you change the size.
See the pricing including shipping and tax (if applicable) in real time as you add or remove options.
Register your details and you can save the designs to your stable and re-call them at a later date. A fantastic feature if you want to re-use colors to create a blanket collection.
Tracy also says,We consider this a version 1 release of the cust-O-matic process and offers a great collection of blankets and sheets. We will now begin applying it to more products with our goal to keep adding products that are made in the USA and can be manufactured quickly and to a high standard for our customers.
Customers can go to http://custom.itsahorseything.com to see how easy (and fun) creating their own custom products can be.
About itsahorseything.com .
Our goal is to bring horse owners products that are Made in the USA and offer exceptional quality and value. The focus of itsahorseything.com is on making the web and customer service experience as simple as possible and as such we do not manufacture these products ourselves we focus on what were good at and look for vendors who are also experts in what they do,
#2 Feb 24, 2014
You've mistaken Columbus Ohio for a horse town.
It's actually a horsesass town.
#3 Feb 24, 2014
The cheapskates at the Ohio Expo Center will be losing the Quarterhorse Congress convention because the groids are sapping too much from the other budgets.
Since: Dec 11
#4 Mar 2, 2014
That's part of it. For my work I would attend the expo center once a year for a convention. Year after year I heard the complaints of the vendors of high priced space and antiquated union rules that must be abided. Guess what, next year we will be in Cleveland or Toledo.
Can I hear some applause for the thug unions and idiots running Columbus.
#5 Mar 2, 2014
Wait... you want us to give you the clap?
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