By Jan Arreza | May 25, 2022
After two years of confinement, the printIQ team is once again exhibiting worldwide and will be present at the next PacPrint show, from June 29 to July 1, to present the new printiQ v44 on stand D36.
After the recent DScoop and FTA in the US, Sign and Digital in the UK, and the Canon event in Germany, the trade shows are well and truly back, and the printIQ team is back in its “place happy “.
“Trade shows give us the opportunity to get in front of people and show off our products, and the company’s latest release has already been a game-changer for many printIQ customers,” said Justin Webber, director of sales at printIQ.
“The print landscape has changed – there are so many new challenges that were almost unheard of a few years ago, including supply chain issues, which need to be at the top of any business strategy.
“The role of a good print management system is to observe, listen and understand these challenges.
“If we can then deliver a product that helps overcome these bottlenecks – like the latest printIQ v44, which we’ll be showcasing at PacPrint – then we’re doing our job well.”
printIQ’s response was to simplify paper and materials management, improve visibility for estimators and production staff, and show how to make it easier to maintain ever-changing prices.
v44 also focuses on expanding the range of functions that can be performed automatically or remotely.
The result is a huge step forward in how a GIS can help drive business, says CEO Anthony Lew.
“The next challenge for our team has been to automate more day-to-day functions. Whether due to Covid quarantines or simply general labor shortages, many businesses are finding that there is no simply not enough staff to do the job.
“By moving estimate and quote functions further into the hands of customers and account managers, and pushing accounting functions and integrations with Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks and other financial packages, we can reduce the load in key areas,” added Lew.
With working from home now looking like the ‘new normal’, Lew thinks the advancements are also enabling companies to meet their staff’s expectations for a better work/life balance, which in the future will simply be a reality.
“Opening your business to operate from anywhere not only helps with that, it’s just plain good business,” Lew pointed out.
“To embrace this change, we’ve further improved accessibility options, to open your business apps to work from anywhere. Combine that with a true cloud-based platform, and the end result is a hand- mobile workforce that doesn’t need to be in the office to be in control.
“printIQ has been in the business of empowering printers for more than two decades, and visitors to PacPrint will clearly see that we aren’t slowing down anytime soon,” Webber said.
“We’ve come a long way since our inception, and it’s all thanks to our passionate team who work tirelessly to create and implement innovative technology for print shops around the world.
“We are always passionate about developing products that enable printers to overcome any obstacles they may face, and we believe the technology we will showcase at PacPrint can be a key part of that success.
“With v44, printIQ is making strides in helping printers meet today’s challenges, head-on, and we’re excited to showcase this to visitors to PacPrint in Melbourne next month. It’s been a while in coming, but it will be worth the wait,” concluded Lew.
To see printIQ v44 in action, visit the company at stand D36 at PacPrint, which is co-locating with Visual Impact Expo and Label & Packaging Expo at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Center from June 28 to July 1.
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