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TMCNet:  PrintUI Web-to-Print Service Celebrates 50th Customer Milestone

[January 15, 2014]

PrintUI Web-to-Print Service Celebrates 50th Customer Milestone

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. --(Business Wire)--

PrintUI today announced its web-to-print online InDesign service has reached its 50th customer milestone. PrintUI, founded by former Adobe (News - Alert) and print industry executives, is used by graphic and branding professionals for the centralization and customization of marketing materials including brochures, signage and ads. Customers' worldwide use PrintUI's integrated hosted design application and collateral management portal to create web-to-print materials providing convenience, design flexibility, and control over brand image.

"The milestone is significant for PrintUI having reached 50 customers in just 18 months," said Mark Hilton (News - Alert), founder and CEO of PrintUI. "Since we launched PrintUI's InDesign online service we have a wide variety of customers ranging from the entertainment, retail and education industries who use our solution to manage their web-to-print workflow."

Eamples of PrintUI's customer base include:

  • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: is a fully integrated academic medical center
  • PrintHQ: manufacturing personalized goods including stationery printing, books, placemats, puzzles, branded merchandise and gifts
  • StoreSigns.com: offers one of the largest, most comprehensive inventory of signage in the country directly to small storeowners
  • DistributorCentral: the leading supplier of customized promotional products
  • BottleYourBrand: providing customized bottled water, personalized labels, stickers and more.

"PrintUI is an easy-to-use platform to manage our marketing assets," said Jean Wilhelmsen-Exter, Creative Director of the in-house graphics department of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. "We are pleased how simple and intuitive the software performs, and how it allows our graphics team to control design and intelligently manage assets. PrintUI gives our non-designer colleagues the ability to produce brand compliant, professional materials on their own."

How it works

PrintUI uses a highly scalable and secure web-hosted (SaaS (News - Alert)) solution for a managed web-to-print workflow. It uses a full Adobe online InDesign workflow for template creation and management. This is coupled with PrintUI's online InDesign-based server as the composition engine for generating a wide range of branded materials. These include brochures, data sheets, signage, ads, and more.

An authorized brand designer, using Adobe InDesign with a PrintUI plugin, easily creates templates. Once uploaded, authorized marketing consumers and sales personnel create customized versions of each piece, using an online editing and preview environment. Brand-critical elements are safely locked in position, as are font choices and available images. Users may easily create what they need, and submit each piece for approval, without risking the company's visual brand identity. PrintUI easily integrates with Digital Asset Management (DAM) and other essential business systems.

About PrintUI

Founded in 2012 by former Adobe and print industry executives and based in Santa Cruz, Calif., PrintUI is a web-to-print and web-to-web cloud-based service. PrintUI offers graphic and branding professionals access to centralized marketing materials. PrintUI provides a branded front-end for online customization of online InDesign templates for things such as: retail signs, banner and print advertisements, personalized stationery, invitations, business cards, restaurant menus, and more. PrintUI is a platform to manage marketing assets, maximize resources and reduce time to market for marketing materials. For more information please visit www.printui.com. Follow us on Twitter (News - Alert): @printui.


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