Workflow software developer printIQ - now signed up as a sponsor of next month’s PacPrint show in Melbourne - will be showcasing its latest technology including the printIQ v44 and the brand new printIQ SBE (Small Business Edition).
| "Delighted that tradeshows
are back": Justin Webber,
sales manager printIQ
"PacPrint is one of the most anticipated events of the year for us,” says Justin Webber, Melbourne-based sales manager for the global technology company that has been helping print, packaging, label, flexo, signage and wide format companies since 1999.
“We're delighted that tradeshows are back, and we're eager to demonstrate the latest and greatest that our company has to offer,” Webber says. “It's a great opportunity to see all of the new technology that is available and to get inspired about all of the possibilities for our business and our customers’ businesses.
At PacPrint, printIQ will be presenting its latest release, printIQ v44. “Even though the team has been locked down, the positive is that we have been able to focus more on R&D and this latest release is a game-changer for many of our customers,” says Anthony Lew, CEO of printIQ.
“The print landscape has changed, there are so many new challenges that were almost unheard of a few years ago. 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 blocks, then we’re doing our job well.”
PacPrint attendees will see how printIQ has pivoted to improve the management of the supply chain, further automate key business functions to help mitigate labour resource shortages, and place estimating in the hands of customers and sales teams, he says.
PacPrint will also see the launch of a new product, printIQ SBE (Small Business Edition). “The launch of SBE opens up the power and functionality of printIQ, tailor-made for smaller businesses,” says Lew. “We have been working on this option for a few years now so we are excited to be launching it into the Australian and New Zealand markets.”
Taking place June 28 - July 1, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, PacPrint brings together “the very best and latest for this dynamic sector of our industry at one show, with co-location agreements with Visual Impact Expo and the Label & Packaging Expo to make it an even more valuable experience,” printIQ adds.
“With over 8,000 square meters of state-of-the-art equipment and technology on display, industry-leading education and networking programs, and an audience of more than 10,000 industry professionals, PacPrint is the event that brings buyers and suppliers together.”