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Recent HP Smart Stream partners Infigo head to HP only exhibition Dscoop as “Architects of Tomorrow”

Friday, March 18, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Infigo Software has the perfect examples to reflect the “Architects of Tomorrow” strapline for Dscoop San Antonio, Texas in April, one of two Dscoop exhibitions they will be attending in quick succession.
A recent client in America has used Infigo’s incredible, easy to set up Photo Book and Photo Gift publishing software, MegaEdit in order to launch their own site. The client had been searching for the right software to realise her dreams for 18 years and when she came across MegaEdit, she knew it was for her company.

Anita Thomas has always wanted to produce one-off books and gifts. After years of trying and being defeated in many ways, she eventually found Infigo to provide her with the equipment, software and technical help she required. Now, she has concentrated on a niche market to help artists promote their work on everything from books, cups and mats to blankets and fridge magnets.

At the exhibition in Texas on April 14-16 you will be able to experience the software and how it has helped and benefited companies such as Anita Thomas’ case and many others. The two key themes that will be focused on at the exhibition will be innovation alongside collaboration.

At both Dscoop events in San Antonio and Tel Aviv which is on April 5-8, Infigo will be launching a brand new version of MegaEdit, highlighting the dynamic design tool for printers, MegaEdit Pro.
This version of MegaEdit offers greater scripting for printers serving any market using web-to-print and variable data giving Infigo not 1 but 2 MegaEdit solutions in their software suite.

Infigo’s web-to-print software Catfish and MegaEdit have also been integrated into Tharstern’s MIS and, since then, a more generic interface has been written capable of integrating into other MIS systems.

Infigo Software’s managing director Douglas Gibson said: “We’re working alongside seven or eight global MIS providers, adapting our plug-in for their specific requirements.

“These are very exciting times for Infigo. We have established ourselves not just as web-to-print software providers but as collaborative partners and solution providers for printers across many print markets.

“We’re looking forward to the two Dscoop exhibitions, where two of the key themes are innovation and collaboration, things we hold dear in our aim to help printers personalise their outputs, adding value to them and their customers. “For example, one printer knew, on their own, they couldn’t provide the workflow solution for a major estate agent and asked us to help. Another client saw an opportunity to revolutionise the marketing potential of packaging and we prepared a solution together.

“As innovators, we have proved we can be the Architects of Tomorrow, helping printers go beyond their dreams.” Infigo, who are bronze partners in San Antonio and gold partners in Tel Aviv, will also be showcasing Symphony, their cross-media marketing tool, which can automate messages across several platforms, including SMS and email. 

 

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