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Me & my: Vpress CoreprintPro

The installation of web-to-print proofing and ordering almost two years ago has helped Gpex to service existing clients and also to win a major new one, which it won’t name but refers to as a “national retailer”.

Route 1 opens up API

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  • Thursday, May 20, 2021
Bluetree Group’s trade printing wing Route 1 Print is opening up its systems with a new API to facilitate automated print buying.

Me & my: Infigo MegaEdit

Collaboration with web-to-print developer Infigo was the key to London digital printer Rapidity winning a big web-to-print contract with property agent Cluttons.

EFI adds Enterprise Model in latest DSF release

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  • Monday, April 13, 2015
EFI has unveiled the latest version of its Digital Storefront web-to-print software, which includes a new Enterprise Model to enable printers to better support clients such as franchise owners.

Bluetree invests in new CTP for W2P arm

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  • Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Bluetree Design & Print has installed a new Heidelberg Suprasetter A75 to boost efficiency at its new web-to-print arm Route One Print (www.route1print.co.uk).

Taopix takes on apprentice team

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  • Monday, October 24, 2016
Photogift software developer Taopix has selected six apprentices, from a group of eleven young trainees, to go on an initial 12-month programme with the business.

How the public can pile on the pressure

Would you rather print products that you can charge a few pence for, or products you can charge a few pounds for? Not, most printers would agree, the toughest of questions. Which is why, spurred on by the advent of digital kit that can print all kinds of high-margin personalised consumer goodies, many printers have set their sights on this sector.

EFI acquires DirectSmile

EFI has further strengthened its Productivity Software Web2Print Solutions Group with the acquisition of DirectSmile for an undisclosed sum.

Vistaprint announces major tech spend and name change

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  • Monday, November 17, 2014
Vistaprint has announced plans to invest "hundreds of millions of dollars" in a next-generation software platform that will aggregate orders from across its growing portfolio of customer-facing brands for production at any of the group's manufacturing facilities.

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