At Visual Impact software developer printIQ promoted its automation tools that eliminate repetitive tasks and manual re-keying of data to reduce errors and free staff to focus on more profitable work. Automated quoting, job submission, payment, prepress, proofing, production, finishing, delivery and fulfilment allow users to keep pace with customer demand.
Attendees at the show were able to appreciate printIQ’s ability to understand the needs of various individual market segments. As sales manager Justin Webber explains: “printIQ can deliver for commercial print, wide format, digital, labels, packaging, mail and more.”
For a label manufacturer, the software must support the company’s operation, whether running a webfed rotary press or the latest digital press. With shorter runs, faster turnarounds, and tighter margins, businesses need to run efficiently in a hands-off approach. A searchable die library, advanced imposition control and custom size and shape calculators make printIQ a perfect fit for the label industry.
Flexo printers also need a system designed specifically for their segment. printIQ understands the unique requirements of the flexo industry, from die-cutting to hot foils and the substrates managed. For example, dies can be configured with multiple hierarchy levels and tagged for easy searching and selection within the estimating process. Advanced imposition controls allow the die blocks to be defined as well as the individual dies that sit within the block.
For converters, printIQ delivers operational efficiency, visibility and automation. Whether producing from a roll, slitting or sheeting the roll first, running roll-to-roll, or manufacturing directly from sheets, printIQ can provide a streamlined end-to-end manufacturing solution.
Visitors to Visual Impact get a run-down on the solutions offered by printIQ