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CHILI Publish takes to the road to showcase flagship product

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Erpe, Belgium – CHILI Publish announces that it will be providing demonstrations of its flagship product, CHILI Publisher, at a range of major industry events across three continents in the coming months. This ramp-up of trade show presence demonstrates CHILI Publish's commitment to provide a flexible, powerful and easy-to-use tool for editing and content collation of printing and packaging designs – a unique solution in the market because of its integration and full customization capabilities.

"We believe strongly in the evolution of software towards service-oriented architecture, focusing on a specific range of tasks. With CHILI Publisher, we responded to a critical need for which no dedicated solution is yet available on the market: powerful document editing capabilities with a high level of functionality in a fully customizable, browser-based application,” says Bram Verniest, CMO and managing partner of CHILI Publish. “As developers ourselves, we knew that our software had to be easy and straightforward for a variety of enterprises to work with, yet flexible enough to seamlessly integrate in any workflow or production platform. Not only will printers and print service providers benefit from the flexibility, consistency and ease-of-use enabled by CHILI Publisher, but also communication and advertising agencies, as well as web developers at graphic arts companies. We look forward to sharing our experiences with these groups at the upcoming industry events."

The events where CHILI Publish will present include:

Record company growth and expansion

2012 was a year of remarkable growth for CHILI Publish, which was established less than three years ago in May 2010. The company grew revenues by 200% year-over-year, thanks to more than 50 installations of CHILI Publisher. It also increased employee head count by 300% and is continuously expanding its network of distribution and reseller partners across several continents. In 2013, CHILI Publish expects sales and company expansion to continue at a rapid pace. This market acceptance highlights the recognized added value of CHILI Publisher, which has gained popularity among users and industry partners for its flexibility, ease of use and overall capabilities since its launch.

CHILI Publisher: powerful online document editing

“CHILI Publisher was built on four core principles: flexibility for ease of customization; open architecture with API toolkits; consistency across platforms, browsers, and different systems; and a browser-based interface for the easiest possible access. The goal of delivering a solution that can serve the needs of both developers and end users still drives the development of our software,” explains Verniest.

CHILI Publisher comes with an extensive feature set that was previously only available in dedicated publishing applications. System integrators can choose how to incorporate CHILI Publish into their workflows, whether used for web-to-print, magazine publishing, packaging, brand management, yearbook applications or others. CHILI Publisher embeds into the application and is fully customizable to each end user's needs. The ability to easily integrate CHILI Publisher with software from major industry developers to enhance value and productivity is a key reason why CHILI Publish has secured a number of partnerships. Amongst many others, CHILI Publisher is integrated in Esko WebCenter; Canto Cumulus; Agfa:Apogee Storefront; GamSys PartnerWeb; CHILI Connector for Magento by PHPro (part of the Belgian Cronos group); and Tharstern e4print Pro.


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