OnPrintShop to Present Corporate Module and Upgraded Designer Studio at GRAPH EXPO
OnPrintShop web-to-print storefront will roll out its two new upgrades, corporate module and Flex based online designer studio, at GRAPH EXPO 2011, Stall 967. A pinnacle trade exhibition event for graphic communications industry, GRAPH EXPO will be held from September 11-14, 2011 at Chicago, USA.
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OnPrintShop, a web enabled prepress solution from India based Radixweb, has come up with several exciting solution upgrades over the past 6 months. But the most awaited one has been the corporate module which empowers even small sized printers to target high profile corporate segment. The print service providers can now host corporate client specific products and templates on their website while setting up special prices and offers for them. The client login ensures that only authorized users have access to these products. Every single order goes through an approval cycle with immediate superior authority before the printer gets informed about it. “What worries corporate clients the most is representation of their brand identities like logos and colors. In our corporate module templates, these things can be made non-editable. The users can only fill in their personal credentials. They cannot play around with things like logos”, informs Dharmesh Acharya, COO, Radixweb. The print service providers can also maintain separate corporate portfolios with order details and account balance in the backend.
In addition to this module, OnPrintShop has also upgraded to a new Flex based online designer studio. The new designer studio introduces layers in the designing process which increases the manageability of the design for the end users. They will also find the new tool panel quite exciting to use. But what really sells the point for Flex designer studio is its ability to break out of the regular stationary products and enter into merchandising products. “The end users can use the Flex designer studio to design and personalize products like coffee mugs, mouse pads, key holders, refrigerator magnets, and like. It allows printers to break the status quo of traditional print products and explore new product segments”, asserts Mr. Acharya.
When asked about availability of both the upgrades, Mr. Acharya maintained that they would be available immediately after GRAPH EXPO. “In fact, we are already pitching the Flex studio to our existing customers and migrating them. Once the migration of all existing clients is confirmed we shall pull the plug on old studio support”, revealed Mr. Acharya.
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