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InfoPrint Launches InfoPrint Software Advantage

24 Jul 10

InfoPrint Solutions Company has announced the availability of InfoPrint Software Advantage, an enhanced family of software products that addresses the demands of customers across all industries.

InfoPrint Software Advantage is an integrated family of InfoPrint Solutions and third-party software offerings. The package has been designed with customisation in mind, with the goal of developing reliable, efficient, and precise documents from design through to production and delivery.

The new software aims to increase businesses’ ability to execute multichannel campaigns, implement precise document composition and production and automate workflow across the operation.

Customers will also have access to InfoPrint’s professional services team.

“InfoPrint Solutions has always strived to provide our customers with software that addresses their specific needs. We realise that our customers have very particular demands and that our role is to come to the table with an accurate, customised solution,” said Rene Kisselbach, ANZ Director and Country General Manager of InfoPrint.

 “By bringing InfoPrint Software Advantage to market we have combined our industry-leading family with our best-of-breed third-party partners and global professional services team to give customers choice – choice to find one, customised package that increases their revenues while enabling cost savings without major disruption to their overall operation,” Kisselbach said.

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