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RTUG's Best Practice Research for Web-to-Print

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

RTUG, the global users group for Red Tie LTD and the web to print community, has released its highly anticipated series of best practice research reports on web-to-print. The initial three reports cover topics such as building the vision for web-to-print, creating a workflow and operations procedure as well as taking w2p to the next level.  Anyone involved in the web-to-print community is invited to visit www.redtieusers.com/marketplace and download the best-practice series.

RTUG’s report series offers information not available from software vendors, trade magazines and alike. The research is based on based on over 10 years of hands-on experience with developing, selling and leading web-to-print systems for printing companies. Our information is completely independent, un-biased and is a culmination of interviews, trial and error and successes spanning the globe. The authors of these reports have been employed by printing and marketing companies to build and manage online print systems, allowing them to experience first hand the successes and failures of print e-commerce.

Operating as an independent and un-biased group, RTUG is an assembly of Red-Tie customers and associated partners within the business of online print management. The group is designed to openly discuss and share Print OnDemand experiences and work collectively to ascertain and deliver unbiased business, marketing, and technical knowledge to allow members to successfully sell and implement print portals.

For more information, contact info@incresolco.com

 

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