UK-based web-to-print software developer Infigo has furthered its commitment to helping printers, label and packaging manufacturers significantly reduce costs and waste by partnering with another software leader – Significans Automation, based in Burlington, Ontario. Significans has an industry-proven reputation for helping printers develop innovative customized workflows, as well as optimizing communications and project management, by tying together existing software and recommending additional best-in-class platforms. By identifying processes that can be streamlined and automated, and providing the programming expertise to achieve this, Significans Automation has helped printers vastly improve their productivity and ultimately, their bottom line.
“While upholding software neutrality, Significans Automation advises and tailors best-in-class software to optimally fit the environment,” said Marc Raad, President of Significans Automation. “Infigo has deservedly grown its reputation over the last decade for developing a market-leading platform, not just in web-to-print but also in the overall e-commerce space. Part of that well-deserved reputation is its integration capabilities. With dedicated plugins with some of our existing software partners, such as Enfocus, it seemed a no-brainer to create a formal partnership.”
Antonia Fagan, Partnership Growth Manager at Infigo, added that Significans also shares the same values that drive innovation at Infigo. “Industry 4.0 has created the need and focus on automation and interconnectivity. Helping printers significantly increase their ability to take and process orders, with minimal touch points is the goal for both organizations. Our clients and prospects come to us because our software can help resolve unproductive processes and integrate into custom-automated workflows by syncing with a variety of systems – from pre-press to CRM to shipping. This obviously helps reduce costs and improves profitability and creates new revenue opportunities for printers through e-commerce,” she added.