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Britain would be poorer sans Serif

One of the pioneers of desktop publishing software, Serif Software is a 31-year-old all-British company that four years ago reinvented its product range to suit the new era of affordable, downloadable professional apps.

Open up sociable channels for better reach and impact

You don’t need me to tell you how big a deal social media has become. You’ve probably already read that somewhere... like Facebook. Or maybe LinkedIn or Twitter. Or possibly on some other platform, sandwiched between puppy GIFs, selfies and random shots of a stranger’s dinner.

Antalis preps stock management software subscription launch

Antalis is ramping up the roll-out of its Easystock inventory management software ahead of its full subscription launch next year.

Infigo Software recognised in Parliamentary Review

Infigo Software has been recognised by Lords and former cabinet members for outstanding work in the technology sector.

Hybrid Software launches variable data option

Hybrid Software has released a variable data printing (VDP) option for its Packz PDF editor and Cloudflow workflow suite that it is targeting at the labels and packaging markets.

Hybrid Software parent proposes Global Graphics buy

Congra Software, the Luxembourg-based holdings company behind Hybrid Software, is set to acquire Global Graphics in a proposed €50.3m (£44m) deal to be approved by shareholders.

Mark Andy and Global Graphics partner on DFE update

Mark Andy has partnered with Global Graphics Software to launch a major digital front-end (DFE) update to its Digital Series HD hybrid press.

Enfocus launches Connect 2018

Enfocus has released Connect 2018, the latest version of its personal automation product line.

Colourfast in UK first with Keyline MIS

Financial sector print specialist Colourfast Financial is set to branch out into commercial print markets with a new web-to-print system as it becomes the first UK company to use the Keyline MIS.

The brains of your printing business

UK printers first started using management information systems (MIS) in the 1980s. At the time the software was pretty rudimentary, recalls Keith McMurtrie, managing director at Tharstern, who describes those early systems as “barely more than a calculator”.

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