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Web2Print Experts Launches All Inclusive Print Software Solution

Published on April 1, 2015

Jennifer Matt, Jane Mugford, and Chris Reisz-Hanson from Web2Print Experts launch a new offering to the print industry – a single solution that manages every aspect of your software needs (automatically replacing all your existing print software with one solution that floats in the cloud).

Editor’s Note: This video is part of WhatTheyThink's 2015 April Fools Edition.

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By Eric Vessels on Apr 01, 2015

FORTRAN: It's in the Box

 

By Jennifer Matt on Apr 01, 2015

Printers are spending too much time managing multiple solutions, paying too much software maintenance, and dealing with too many integration issues.

By offering a single solution that follows you and your business as it evolves, you will experience immediate relief.

What other software solution understands your emotional state based on your hand gestures?

 

By Michael Jahn on Apr 01, 2015

Now THAT is an awesome Strategic Partner !

- so THAT is how you get all the data all the time and keep it up to date ! I have your marketing tag line !

"Data Read With Ed" !

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Snowden

 

By Ken Stokes on Apr 01, 2015

That was funny. Thanks

 

By Jennifer Matt on Apr 03, 2015

Best comment received via e-mail about this video:

I could not stop laughing…. mostly because…. the first barcode roll inventory system that I ever helped write in 1985 (working for a division of RRD) we wrote it in FORTRAN on a PDP11….

And it was fast…... and don’t forget in 1985 you could get a PDP11 with 20Meg Harddrive and streaming tape…. we were “livin-the-dream”…

 

By Jennifer Matt on Apr 03, 2015

2nd best e-mail comment about this video:

At first, just looking at the email, I thought this was real.

I thought “oh my god, they’re going to do something TOTALLY awesome, I need to call Jen about a job, I want in!”

Then I thought “wait, no, I just need to talk to my company into buying them!”

Then I watched the vid, and I LOL’d.

 

By Jennifer Matt on Apr 04, 2015

Another good one in e-mail:

I would have thought you would have spoken to me about this before release.

Quite frankly you messed up. It should have been programmed in Cobal and I am an expert.

Two questions.
1. When is my copy shipping to me?
2. Can I have it on 3.5" floppy disks?

This was AWESOME! I love it.

 

By Scott Burford on Apr 08, 2015

Great job! Just as a side note, imagine a sweaty Steve Ballmer prancing around on a stage delivering this new announcement. I probably need therapy just for suggesting that.

 

By Jennifer Matt on Apr 09, 2015

Scott - that is an awesome addition.

I wanted to add a hand gesture (functionality built by our team in North Korea), that temporarily directed VistaPrint internet traffic to your website.

Thumbs up. Traffic starts flowing, stop hand gesture tells the system that you're at capacity (after about 2.5 seconds).

 

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