Quote.com Customized Investment Information Now Available to Enhance Corporate Web Sites

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Quote.com Customized Investment Information Now Available to Enhance Corporate Web Sites


Qoute.com, Inc. a leading provider has of investment information via the Internet, has announced Instant Qoute.com, a service allowing companies to add Qoute.com's news, qoutes, and charts to their corporate Web sites, intranets, and extranets. Now available for a 30-day free trial. Instant Qoute.com offers business an economical way to enhance their online presence by providing high-value financial information to customers, shareholders, an employees.

In a few minutes using Instant Qoute.com, a business can customize and deploy a Web page displaying the look (including the firm's logo) and financial content selected from a range of options.

Qoute.com offers templates for three types of pages, which can be combined to provide a robust financial information solution for corporate sites:

* Shareholder Center: Displays continuously updated price and trading information on company's stock as well as current news on the company and related topics

* Personal Market Viewer: Provides an overview of the financial markets with current ticker data on four personally selected securities as well as the major market indices and the latest financial news

* Industry Watch: Creates a custom port folio tracking tool for one industry that the user selects from categories such as financial services, technology, consumer durables, energy, transportation, and utilities

"Instant Qoute.com gives your shareholders, your employees, and your customers a reason to come to your Web site, stimulating contact and enhancing your brand value," said Grant Slade, vice president of marketing for Qoute. …

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