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Taopix announces new version of its photo commerce platform

Monday, November 21, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Newcastle upon Tyne, United KingdomUK software developer, Taopix, has released the latest version of its photobook and gift platform. The new version is the fourth release of 2016 and will be available to all licensees throughout December.
The Taopix photo commerce platform gives users the ability to create and order personalised photo products from a wide range of devices including Smartphone, Tablet and PC and this latest version offers licensees significant scope to customise the Desktop Designer interface to match their brand identity.
The new Desktop Designer UI Theming Module enables the licensee to fine tune the look and feel of the interface to deliver a truly tailored experience. Almost every element of the Desktop Designer interface can now be customised including colours, lines, borders, backgrounds, tool icons and buttons.
As part of this release, Taopix will provide a UI Theming Pack that will include a range of pre-designed themes that can be easily imported to achieve a new look and feel within minutes.
The new version also includes support for PayPal PLUS as an alternative to PayPal Express. The new payment gateway gives online purchasers to ability to pay by Direct Debit (ELV), on account by invoice as well as by PayPal.
The Taopix R&D team aims to release an update each quarter and is currently working on some exciting new developments that will be part of the 2017 Q1 announcement.


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