By Jan Arreza | May 25, 2022
After two years of lockdown, the printIQ team is back around the world and will showcase the new printiQ v44 at booth D36 at the upcoming PacPrint show, from June 29 to July 1.
After recent exhibitions at DScoop and FTA in the US, Sign and Digital in the UK and Canon’s event in Germany, the shows are back in full swing and the printIQ team is in its “happy place”.
“Trade shows give us a chance to stand in front of people and showcase our wares, and the company’s latest release is already a game changer for many of printIQ’s customers,” said Justin Webber, printIQ’s sales manager.
“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 should be at the top of any business strategy.
“The role of a good print management system is to observe, listen and understand these challenges.
“Then if we can deliver a product that helps overcome these blockages — like the latest release printIQ v44, which we’ll be showcasing at PacPrint — then we’re doing our job well.”
printIQ’s response was to simplify the way paper and materials are managed, improve visibility for estimators and production personnel, and show how it can be made easier to maintain constantly changing prices.
v44 also shows a focus on expanding the range of functions that can be performed automatically or remotely.
The result is a huge step forward in how a MIS can help do business, said CEO Anthony Lew.
“The next challenge for our team was to automate more day-to-day functions. Whether it’s because of Covid quarantines or simply the general labor shortage, many companies are finding that there simply aren’t enough staff to get the job done.
“By putting more of the estimating and quoting features in the hands of clients and account managers, as well as streaming the accounting features and integrations with Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks and other finance packages, we can reduce the burden in key areas,” he added. . lew.
With working from home looking like the ‘new normal’, Lew believes progress is also empowering companies to meet their workforce’s expectations for a better work-life balance, which will be a simple reality in the future.
“Opening up your business to be able to work from anywhere not only helps with this, but is simply a good thing,” noted Lew.
“To embrace this change, we’ve further improved accessibility options so that your business applications can work anywhere. Combine this with a true cloud-based platform and the end result is a mobile workforce that doesn’t need to be in the office to be in control.
“printIQ has been empowering printers for more than two decades, and visitors to PacPrint will clearly see that we won’t be slowing down anytime soon,” said Webber.
“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 still passionate about developing products that empower printers to overcome any obstacle they face, and we believe the technology we will showcase at PacPrint can be an important part of that success.
“With v44, printIQ is making progress in helping printers meet today’s challenges, and we’re excited to bring it to PacPrint visitors in Melbourne next month. It’s been a long time coming, but it will be worth the wait,” Lew concluded.
To see the printIQ v44 in action, visit the company at booth D36 at PacPrint, which will take place in conjunction with Visual Impact Expo and the Label & Packaging Expo at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Center from June 28 to July 1.
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